This summer, Corsair has announced that it would resume its seasonal Bamako route from Paris Orly. Despite political issues in Mali, which have resulted in diplomatic consequences with France and the country's neighbours, the route has been reopened.
After a three-year hiatus due to COVID, French carrier Corsair will resume flying the Paris-Bamako route from June 16th to September 18th of this year. According to ch-aviation, the carrier cited increased demand for direct flights as the basis for moving through with plans for this year.
Three times a week, flights will be operated by one of Corsair's four Airbus A330-300 aircraft. These planes have a total of 352 seats, including 12 in business class, 12 in premium economy, 78 in Economy+, and 250 in normal economy. Corsair also operates a smaller A330-300 that holds just 298 people.
Corsair's summer schedule includes flights to the Caribbean, Africa, the Indian Ocean, and Canada from various French mainland cities.