Air France on March 31 will launch a new regional carrier named Hop by combining the existing operations of subsidiaries Airlinair, Brit Air and Regional. - Business Travel News

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January 28, 2013 - 11:30 AM ET

Air France on March 31 will launch a new regional carrier named Hop by combining the existing operations of subsidiaries Airlinair, Brit Air and Regional. Hop will operate 530 daily flights to 136 European destinations. Air France previously announced a company reorganization, including a restructuring of its loss-making short- and medium-haul businesses.

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