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Rennes Bretagne airport announces that its commercial flights will restart

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Photo: Michèle Kirry, Prefect of the Brittany Region; Gérard Lahellec, Vice-President for Transport of the Brittany Region; Nicolas Notebaert, Chief Executive Officer of VINCI Concessions and Chairman of VINCI Airports; Laurent Giboire, Treasurer of the Ille et Vilaine CCI; Valérie Vesque-Jeancard, France & Americas Area Director of VINCI Airports; Nathalie Ricard, Rennes and Dinard Airport Director.

16 May 2020 - Events - France

Following completion of Eurovia’s renovation work on its main runway, Rennes Bretagne airport – which is owned and operated by VINCI Airports (VINCI Concessions) alongside the Ille et Vilaine Chamber of Commerce and Industry – celebrated the resumption of its activities this 15 May.

The airport’s daily air freight operations restarted on 11 May and the airport is preparing to reopen for commercial passenger flights on 15 June, when Air France returns with three weekly services to and from Lyon-Saint Exupéry, also operated by VINCI Airports. In addition to health protection measures in the air terminal enabling passengers to travel confidently once again, VINCI Airports will roll out a communication campaign throughout its international network.

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