France's flagship airliner, Air France, have just announced the launch of a daily service between Wrocław and Paris.
According to Gazeta Wyborcza, the flights will leave Wrocław at 12.15, while the return journey is to depart from Paris Charles de Gaulle at 9.45.
The route will be run by Air France's regional 'Hop!' subsidiary, who are to use the 76 capacity Embraer 170-100LR aircraft.
The arrival of the route also marks the debut of Air France at Wroclaw airport. More importantly, it gives Wrocławians the chance to book connecting flights with a major airline group other than Star Alliance (under which LOT, Lufthansa and Scandinavian Airlines operate).
Anyone willing to take a risk by booking connecting flights with different airlines or airline groups can also take advantage of the countless connections Charles de Gaulle offers.
The flights are likely to be significantly more expensive than those offered by budget airline Ryanair. That said, Charles de Gaulle is significantly closer to the city than Beauvais, where Ryanair fly to.