|Top route||Algiers Houari Boumediene to Paris Charles de Gaulle|
|Top airport||Algiers Houari Boumediene|
Pros: The price is ridiculously cheap.
Cons: The seats are tiny. No entertainment. Could not hear or understand the announcements.
Pros: Great entertainment options on the seat-back screen and bonus points for being able to watch while waiting on the ground for an hour and not having it shut down a half hour before landing.
Cons: Overall, a good experience, but we sat on the ground for an hour after boarding. Never got a clear explanation and flight attendant said she didn't know either. The seat I was assigned to was completely warn out and my body was feeling it by the end of 8 hours of sitting.
Pros: Crew, speed of boarding, timelines
Cons: Food, entertainment, space
Cons: Baggage charge I was not aware of
Pros: Movies and game console in the back of every chair loaded with several different movies and games and individually selected by each passanger.
Cons: We thought we booked our flights with baggag... turns out we did not. It turns out, Aer Lingus charges $100 per bag at the airport.
Cons: Leg room entirely tooooo small . No one over 5’5” could possibly feel comfortable .
Pros: FLIGHT WAS EARLY DEPARTING FLIGHT WAS SMOOTH
Cons: FLIGHT ATTENDANT WERE OVERLY CHATTY AND SERVICE WAS INATTENTIVE. NO SECOND BEVERAGE SERVICE. LONG WAIT FOR TRASH COLLECTION. THE FREE WIFI DOES NOT WORK - MY IPHONE KEEPS SAYING THAT THE SERVER CANNOT BE REACHED OR DOES NOT RESPOND. THIS WAS THE SAME ON THE PREVIOUS FLIGHT. ATTENDANT PROMISED TO HELP BUT NEVER CAME BACK. FLIGHT LANDED 35 MINUTES AND CALLED FOR MY RIDE - BUT PLANE WAS HELD IN TAXI WAY RESULTING IN ME AND MY RIDE BEING PUT ON HOLD FOR A LONG TIME. THERE WERE PLENTY OF OPEN GATES, BUT THE WORD FROM THE COCKPIT WAS THAT THEY WERE WAITING FOR ANOTHER PLANE TO DEPART.
Pros: Crew was very helpful when my wife became ill.
Cons: Seating was absolutely unacceptable. The reduced leg space makes any trip of longer than 30 minutes very, very uncomfortable. I am 6 feet one inch tall and it was very poor as to comfort. So much so I would not look at any airline with such spacing favorably for further business. Soon airlines will space themselves out of business for anyone taller than 5'1".
Cons: Should provide more water during the service
Pros: Shorter travel time, only 1 stopover.none
Pros: Lots of help at checkin.
Cons: Could not do online checkin.
Pros: Food and drinks were very good - a significant improvement over the flight from Hartford to Dublin.
Wonderful restful trip
Pros: Staff was friendly and the flight was very comfortable. Smooth landing too!
Cons: No complaints
Pros: Seating had more legroom than on other airlines.
Cons: Food was poor. Charged for wine. Other airlines provide wine at no charge on international flights. Did not offer coffee after dinner. Half and half included on dinner tray for the nonexistent coffee.
Cons: Plane was small for international flight, cabin was dirty. Food was horrible. Crew was pleasant but invisible. I also picked different seats and somebody switched them.
Flight atttendants excellent.
Pros: Enteretainment system good. The crew were efficient, professional and friendly. Excellent.
Cons: Seating cramped.
Phenomenal aircrew doing their best with an old rundown aircraft!
Pros: The service from check in to Landing were absolutely awesome. Those folks aren’t getting paid enough I’m sure. If you’re going to take the Bradford, Hartford to Dublin flight get the best deal possible. It will make you feel better after the flight.
Cons: The plane is old and broken, comfort wise. My wife’s seat was broken and there is no way anyone could sit in that for six hours. Many tray tables were broke and you food slid into your lap. (Stewardesses knew this and were having passengers put pillows on their lap to prop up the tables. I also saw some issues with the overhead bins not closing/opening. There’s a reason this aircraft is on this route....it not a popular route but Aer Lingus can still squeeze some money out of it at the cost of passengers comfort.
Pros: This is a weird airline—they allow you to check a bag for free then make you pay 3 Euros for a cup of coffee. Compared to the $25-35 baggage fee US airlines charge, it’s a great bargain.
Cons: I had a 15 hour layover in Dublin and my bag was pulled for the Philadelphia flight, casing me to freak out at 1 am in Dublin when my bag didn’t come off the carousel. Aside from that the flight was fine. I paid the extra money for premium seat. I’d fly Aer Lingus again.
Pros: comfortable flight, excellent crew.
Cons: should not take 1.5 ours to check in luggage.
Cheap, fast and good
Pros: Friendly uncomplicated no nonsense approach to boarding
Cons: No complaints
Pros: The Black Cherry desert
Cons: Missed connecting flight and now stranded in Dublin
Pros: The convenience of flying from Hartford.
Cons: Seat cushion was not the most comfortable
Cons: No leg room, air temperature way too hot,
Flight delayed and no information about connecting flights
Pros: The food was ok
Cons: Flight was delayed. No information about what would happen on connecting flights. No information or help when arriving at Dublin airport. Ended up running 2 miles to get on connection.
Pros: seat was comfortable, Crew were very friendly and boarding was fast
Cons: purchased an even more speed seat but had to do special security check and this slowed the whole process of security screening down
Cons: Hey changed my flight to a new airport and I flew out of Boston. But upon arrival at Boston the next day they told me I didn’t have a seat because the booking was done wrong and now I was on standby. I waited 2 hours for a flight that I wasn’t able to get on and then waiting 4 hours for the next which I sat a middle seat in the back. I landed at my final destination over 24 past the original planned and paid for time.
Pros: Boarding on time and switching seats option
Cons: Seats very uncomfortable, disgusting food, not enough beverages / poor entertainment
Excellent as expected
Pros: Seat, polite crew, on time and smooth flight
Cons: Wish there was more beverage offers before and after dinner
On board ASL Airlines France flights, cabin baggage should not exceed 115cm. If your hand luggage is bigger, the ASL Airlines France assistance team will most likely ask you to pay extra for checked luggage.
ASL Airlines France offers direct flights to 4 different cities in France and Algeria. Paris, Algiers, and Lyon are the most popular cities covered by ASL Airlines France.
ASL Airlines France concentrates most of its flight operations in Algiers.
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As this company is based in France, it operates flights to over 15 destinations within the country. Additionally, customers can book trips to international locations placed throughout Europe, Africa, and North America, such as Morocco, Finland, Spain, and Italy.
Despite the fact that ASL Airlines France does not maintain codeshare agreements or partnerships with other airlines, it does have close connections with several other groups, such as the ASL Aviation Group, which is its parent company. When the airline was first founded, it was also a part of Air France, which is known for being France’s flag carrier.
To help keep you entertained during your travels, you can connect your personal phone, tablet, or laptop to the plane’s Wi-Fi. Once you have done this, you will have free access to a selection of recent movies, television shows, books, music, and podcasts, making it easy for you to pass the time while in the air.
ASL Airlines France has almost 20 planes in its fleet, 11 of which are Boeings that are used to transport passengers rather than cargo. The aircraft that the airline employs the most often is the Boeing 737-700, as it has a high capacity of 148 passengers and can be used for long-haul flights, such as between two different continents. For more medium-range voyages, such as within Europe, the company will often opt to use the Boeing 737-300QC, a choice that can fit up to 147 passengers and is known for having a three-seat-per-aisle configuration that is comfortable and spacious.