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Paris, France Air France Will Start Paris-DC Flights in June 2011
November 30, 2010

Washington, D.C. will become the second U.S. destination served by the airline’s super-jumbo, after New York.More>>

blank Paris to Get Shangri-La Hotel Next Month
November 18, 2010

The hotel is the group's first property in Europe, and was built in 1896 as the private home of Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte’s grand-nephew, Prince Roland Bonaparte.More>>

blank British Airways Increases Service to Paris
November 16, 2010

The airline will launch 12 flights per week between Heathrow and Paris Orly to go along with its flights to Paris Charles de Gaulle. More>>

blank Richard Nahem's Paris Tea Salons
November 8, 2010

Our expert blogger in Paris shares insight on an old and wonderful Paris tradition, as a steaming pot of tea accompanied by a pastry is luxurious respite from hectic city life.More>>

blank European Waterways Launches 2011 Season with 21 Hotel Barges
November 8, 2010

European Waterways have launched their 2011 season with a fleet of 21 luxury hotel barges cruising the canals, rivers and other waterways of France, Italy, Scotland, England, Ireland, Holland, Germany, Belgium and Luxembourg. More>>

blank French Affairs Conference Helps Agents, Tour Operators Sell France
November 5, 2010 slide show

This year's event gathered a total of 230 professionals, including 110 tour operators and more than 100 France-certified agents.More>>

blank InterContinental Paris Le Grand Brings Back General Manager
November 1, 2010

Christophe Laure has been reappointed general manager at the InterCntinental Paris Le Grand.More>>

blank OpenSkies Begins Later Departures from Washington to Paris
October 29, 2010

The all-business-class airline will launch their flights to Paris at 7:30 p.m. as of this weekend.More>>

blank Protests Down in France; Transportation Up
October 28, 2010

Thousands of people continued protesting throughout France on Thursday, but reports say the number of protesters is dwindling while transportation services are increasing. More>>

blank Strikes Cost French Economy Millions Each Day
October 25, 2010

A national train strike has reportedly been tapering off, but sources say that other strikes continue to cost the nation's economy more than $500 million each day.More>>