30/08/2018: Direct flights Kalmar to Paris

goTO Nordics launches first ever direct flights from Kalmar to Paris

Tom Shearer, from goTO Nordics says that 'We are delighted to announce the first ever direct flights from Kalmar Öland Airport to Paris. The flights will operate in March 2019 and are bookable online now. We have weekend packages starting from just 499 EUR. We also have a special Disleyland package available. Hop on board our Friday evening flight and arrive in the centre of Paris for an evening of fine dining in Europe's top city destination. You can cruise on the river Seine, climb the steps of the Eiffel Tower and so much more. goTO Nordics will look after your every need. This latest launch is part of the continued expansion of the goTO Nordics network. We already have a flights departing from Kalmar to Norway next month and we will soon launch more destinations from Kalmar and our other locations in Scandinavia. Follow us online to find the best offers.'  

Ronny Lindberg, CEO of Kalmar Öland Airport added that: 'Paris is one of the world's best known tourism destinations and to have direct flights from Kalmar Öland Airport to Paris is a unique opportunity for the people of this region. With a flight time of less than 2 hours, it has never been so easy to reach this 'must see' destination. We are continuing to work with goTO Nordics to bring even more new destinations and travel opportunities for the people living in this region.'  

About goTO Nordics

goTO Nordics is a tour operator specliased in the development of tourism to AND from regions in Nordics countries. We operate our own ad hoc charter flights offering customers who wish to visit Nordic markets truly unique travel experiences. And customers travelling out from the Nordics can hop on direct flights to interesting European destinations. We are constantly seeking new airport and regions to work with, so get in touch if you would like to become part of the goTO Nordics network.      

Contact

Tom Shearer | ts@fly-goto.com | +353 87 1301746