“Air France has launched a new series of low-cost tickets – called “Mini” – which aim to increase its competitiveness in the face of rivals such as Ryanair and EasyJet.
Tickets starting at €49 one way will be sold for 58 destinations in France, Europe and north Africa – starting on February 6. (2013)
Air France said the same level of service would be offered to passengers – including free newspapers – but checked baggage would cost extra. The company launched a restructuring plan last year that aims to save the company €2billion by 2015.”
Souce: The Connexion