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Flying Business Class with Air France post COVID-19

As the French flag carrier and the country’s largest airline, Air France flies to about 35 destinations within France and about 170 destinations in 93 other countries. This blog is mainly talking about your experience if you fly business class with Air France and how Air France acts to guarantee a safe trip for you

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Traveling in France during COVID-19

While the lock down has been almost entirely lifted in most of France, the COVID-19 remains present. It is therefore very important that everyone remains alert and respects both the barrier measures and the remaining restrictions. As travel out France is not subject to any restriction from the French government, this article would introduce you

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COVID-19 Updates

Travel Safely – COVID-19 With the outbreak of COVID-19 all over the world, we should pay more attention to our safety. Even when travelling, protect ourselves while protecting other. In this special period, Frenchway is ready to assist travelers, open on regular hours to manage your travel needs. Please read on for our travel tips,

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Travel News

In Paris and eight other French cities, restaurants, bars, cinemas and other establishments were being forced to close no later than 9 pm to try to reduce contact among people. (see article)

Expert answers questions for on how to handle a travel quarantine and travel ban; what are the current travel quarantine rules in the US by states and how to get professional help with navigating a travel quarantine and ban.

The following countries on the list has no quarantines, no COVID-19 testing requirements and is accepting American travelers: Albania, Brazil, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Turkey, Serbia, Tanzania, Kosovo, North Macedonia (see article on Travel off Path)

Every year, the European Best Destination organization releases its approved list of beautiful European cities that host the best Christmas markets. This year’s list includes destinations where you can enjoy Christmas while still following strict health and sanitary rules, like Madeira Islands, Portugal; Tallinn, Estonia; Vienna, Austria; Criova, Romania; Prague, Czech Republic or Dresden, Germany. (see article)




Paris Fashion Week is starting in a few days and will be both digital and in-person this year. Check the calendar for more detail.

ILTM (International Luxury Travel Market) goes virtual. ILTM Cannes postponed to 2021.

Please have a look to   the COVID-19 Travel Regulations Map  to have the last updated information regarding the travel regulations due to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Paris Airport : Covid-19 new measures update, including terminal changes. Paris CDG Airport: Terminal 1, 2D, 2G and 3 are temporarily closed until further notice.

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has begun testing a self-service facial recognition system to verify traveler IDs as travel begins to return amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Airlines planned to offer 3.2 million seats in August on international flights from the U.S (77% less than last year). See  Travel Weekly article.

United, American and Delta are getting rid of the change fee for travel within the USA! See Conde Nast Traveler article.

Travel Blog

10 Iconic Places to Visit in Paris

Paris, a city full of historical monuments, famous museums, and other sites that magnetize millions of tourists each year. It is also one of the most romantic cities in Europe and one of the most visited cities in the world. This historical and cultural city is also very fashionable. In this article, we will introduce

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Hotels : The Peninsula

Located close to the Champs-Elysées, the Peninsula Paris is one of the most prestigious hotels in Paris. With 200 rooms, including 34 suites, a gourmet restaurant “L’Oiseau Blanc” held by Christophe Raoux with breathtaking views of the Parisian rooftops and a Luxurious Spa, his Palace is the perfect place to get pampered and treated like royalty. Frenchway enjoys partnerships with

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Festival season is here…

This year’s 72nd Cannes film festival kicks off on May 14th with headliners such as Quentin Tarantino, Pedro Almodovar and Abdellatif Kechiche, but also a stage to discover new talents such as: – Mati Diop with her first feature film, “Atlantic” – Ladj Ly, also with his first feature film on police violence, “Les Miserables” – Waad

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Sports

The fortnight of Roland Garros 2019 will start Sunday, May 26th. Once again tennis lovers will visit Porte d’Auteuil to see the man of the house, Rafael Nadal or to rediscover Roger Federer on the clays of Paris. Beyond the sporting aspect, the 2nd Grand Slam tournament of the season is also the rallying point

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Spotlight : Cape Town

This year we saw many production companies traveling to South Africa for their photo and video shootings, especially for the automobile industry. With breathtaking scenery between mountains and the sea, Cape Town is the perfect destination during Europe’s greyer months. Check out a few of the productions we sent there: Peugeot /// Citroën /// Sixt Call us to get your

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Travel and Fashion : Louis Vuitton presents its collection

Direction New York and the former JFK terminal for Louis Vuitton; On the occasion of its Croisière collection runway show on May 8th, the French house inaugurated the TWA Flight Center, closed since 2001 and rehabilitated as a hotel (opening May 15). The building’s modern architecture, designed by Eero Saarinen, refers to the art of travel, a

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Frenchway Travel X Red Star Lab

The Red Star is an emblematic Football club in France and now becoming a reference in the fashion and lifestyle world thanks to Super Vision Office (Première Heure), David Bellion and their collaborations. Through their non-profit organisation, Red Star Lab, the Saint Ouen football club organizes artistic and cultural activities “to introduce young club graduates to culture, to stir their curiosity and expand their field

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Travel Tips: Top Trends In Corporate Travel for 2020

We are almost halfway 2018, and as predicted, it has been to be a dynamic year in the corporate travel world. We did some research about recent trends in business travel and we would like to share those with you. Bleisure Travel We normally distinguish between leisure travel and business travel. A big upcoming trend

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Travel Tips: Best Ways To Sleep On An Airplane

Do you know the feeling when you’ve just arrived at the airport after a long-haul flight and you didn’t sleep at all? We’ve all been there….waiting for our suitcases at the luggage carousel and feeling exhausted! For the best sleep, obviously a seat in business or first class is better than an economy seat. (Many of

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5 Best Vineyard Areas to Visit in the French Countryside

The Burgundian life, does that appeal to you? Are you a wine drinker and do you love France? If so, visiting a vineyard when traveling to France might be right up your alley. We have listed the five best areas to visit a vineyard on your next French excursion, in random order, they are: 1

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5 Best Beaches To Visit in the South of France

La douce France…the country in Europe has it all. Mountains, ski resorts, the Tour de France, a beautiful countryside, lavender and sunflower fields and not to forget: beaches at both the Atlantic and the Mediterranean Sea. In this post, we will share with you the 5 best beaches in the French Riviera. 1 – Plage

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How To Avoid Jet Lag While Flying between America and Europe?

For those frequently flying for business, it can be a challenge to beat the jet lag every time you take a trip to another time zone. By following the steps mentioned in this blog post, one can reduce the adjustment period for their next trip. Jet lag is the consequence of the fact that our biological

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5 Important Considerations Before Traveling to China for business

If you’re traveling to China for business, there are some important travel requirements you should be aware of. We listed 5 important tips for you to make your upcoming business trip to China a little bit easier. 1 – Passport & Visa Whether you’re traveling from the US, Europe or another continent, you should check

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