Paris-Orly airport is expected to become a testing ground for France's partly deregulated domestic route system as well as a key destination for several European carriers. The French government reluctantly has authorized three French independent carriers to serve two major domestic routes, Paris-Marseille and Paris-Toulouse, eliminating Air Inter's historical monopoly. Air Inter currently operates 13-14 round-tripflights per day and carries about 2 million passengers per year on ...

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