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Anyone used My Air Airlines? (Venice-Paris)

Anyone used My Air Airlines? (Venice-Paris)

Apr 11th, 2005, 07:00 PM
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Anyone used My Air Airlines? (Venice-Paris)

We are looking at this airline for an October flight Venice (VCE) to Paris Orly. It's one of the most convenient connections I've found for Italy to Paris. Leaves Venice at 5:20pm, arrives Paris 7pm. Perfect!
http://web1.myair.com/docs/cust/en/index.shtml

Does anyone know anything about this airline? Should we worry about its "longevity"?
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Apr 11th, 2005, 11:40 PM
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I don't know anything about MyAir, but I think you are definitely wise to ask. Last year I was considering another discount line for Ven-Paris, and it very abruptly ceased operations - zero notice. I think there is a RyanAir flight, but it is Treviso to an outlying Paris airport. RyanAir and Easyjet seem to be financially quite sound, but I'm not so confident of the rest; maybe others here are more knowledgable.
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Apr 12th, 2005, 04:58 AM
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If you're referring to Volare, it was reading about their demise that made me ask.

I really hope to avoid the Ryanair/Beauvais option. It's not that much money, so maybe we'll just buy the MyAir tickets and cross our fingers. Also hoping for input from others who know about MyAir.
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Apr 13th, 2005, 03:27 AM
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Sep 14th, 2005, 07:19 PM
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Greetings everyone, we too are looking at flying MYAIR Venice to Paris. Have considered the Ryanair option out of Venice Trevesio to Paris Beauvais but it seems a real hassle. We are a family travelling, 2 kids aged 11 & 10. Propose doing this sector of our holiday in April 06. Another more expensive option is Air France, the oneway fare is ridiculous but a return fare is a bit more reasonable. I am always wary of the low cost carriers as they can sometimes be here today gone tomorrow. Having said that, they have an Airbus A320 fleet but I am going to do some more homework b4 I book. But they are very cheap.

Cheers from Downunder
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Sep 14th, 2005, 09:31 PM
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Another option that might be workable with a family would be the overnight train. You could have a 4-berth compartment, which avoids the question of sharing with strangers. Price seemed to be comparable - I think you can check trenitalia or sncf for prices.
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