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Air Inter is looking at another profitable year.

Air Inter is looking at another profitable year Orly-based Air Inter, which is the leading French domestic airline in terms of passengers and claims the same position among all European domestic airlines, expects 1986 to be better than 1985, which was very good indeed.

Last year the airline carried nearly 11 million passengers of whom 540,000 were foreigners. This year it looks forward to a big boost from its France Pass/Statue of Liberty promotion, which ties in with the 100th birthday of the French-born statue in New York Harbor. The pass, priced at 1,400 francs (approximately $185), permits unlimited travel to 30 French cities on any seven days within a one-month period.

As Pierre Eelsen, Air Inter chairman and president since July 1984, points out, the fare is lower than a Paris-Nice roundtrip. …

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