Price per 1 adult person for round trip
Low-fare airlines HOP! are part of the French Air France. Established in 2013 as a result of the merger of Airlinair, Brit Air and Regional as a response of a regular carrier to low-budget lines that have taken over some of Air France's existing passengers. Unlike other low-fare airlines, HOP! planes land at major airports. HOP! is a partner of SkyTeam alliance. It supports connections to 69 European cities.
You can take hand baggage on HOP! flights. Its dimensions and weight are determined by airlines and may vary depending on the booking class or route.
Registered luggage in HOP! must also have certain dimensions and weight. Here, too, everything depends on the travel class and route.
In HOP! airline you can choose between five classes: Promo, Basic, Basic Plus, Smart and Flex. All give the opportunity to choose a place on the board. The Flex fare is targeted mainly at the business client. Airline tickets are more expensive, but passengers traveling there can, among others, change the reservation without any additional fees and delete it. It is free to bring your hand luggage and a meal on the plane.
Traveling with HOP! airline you can check in online 30 hours before the planned departure.
The HOP! Airline’s fleet consists of 104 aircrafts of type ATR 42-500, ATR 72-500, ATR 72-600, Bombardier CRJ100ER, Bombardier CRJ700, Bombardier CRJ1000, Embraer ERJ 135, Embraer ERJ 145, Embraer E170-100ER, Embraer E190-100LR.
The international airport Lyon – Saint-Exupery is a French port. The name was given to it in honour of the French writer, the author of the bestseller of the twentieth century, “The Little Prince". The port is located in the Rhone department, 25 km west of the centre of Lyon, in the village of Colombier-Saugnieu. On its premises there are various types of restaurants, bars, cafes, retail and service outlets and duty free shops. All wireless terminals have access to a wireless network.
During the flight, the HOP! airline serves snacks to passengers.
Passengers have access to an electronic version of approximately 300 magazines, the service is free only for the Flex fare. Due to the short flight time, the carrier does not offer additional services. Passengers can use the Flying Blue loyalty program.