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Flybe announces first-ever dedicated trade presence in France
Flybe, Europe's largest and most successful regional airline based in Exeter in the South West of England has - with immediate effect - established a dedicated sales presence in France with the appointment of Evelyne Faure, Market Manager France.
Paris-based Evelyne has extensive airline and travel trade experience across all sectors of operations and sales activity. She was previously Market Manager, France with Air Seychelles in Paris and previously was responsible for opening CMA CGM business travel agency in Marseille.
Flybe's Director of Sales, Stephen Hobday says: "Evelyne's appointment endorses our commitment to both the travel trade and the business community that is so important to Flybe within France. Her experience of the industry and knowledge of the market will greatly help us in achieving our objective of raising our profile throughout regional France. Flybe's unique selling point is a quality product offering that includes affordable fares, a business travel product unmatched within its sector and the commitment to working closely with our corporate and travel trade partners."
Flybe is the number one UK to regional France airline, operating 41 routes to 13 regional airports in France, a position recognised by the French Chamber of Commerce when it awarded Flybe ‘Achievement of the Year 2007' for its contribution to the country's regional economy.
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