Thursday, May 14, 2009

New Paris Flight Creates Opportunities For Area Businesses & Wine Lovers Starting June 3

The new direct flights from Pittsburgh to Paris resuming June 3 on Delta Airlines have created a wide range of opportunities for the business-minded as well as those with a nose for fine wines and European culture.

A day-long seminar will be held Wednesday, May 20 at the Duquesne University Small Business Development Center to explore business opportunities in France. CLICK HERE for more information.

The Pittsburgh Regional Alliance is offering special business travel and networking packages for the business community to kick off the new service to Paris Charles de Gaulle. It comes with special itinerary and arranged meetings with business representatives in France. CLICK HERE to read more.

And Pittsburgh Wine Blogger Dave DeSimone said he'll be on one of the first flights to sample some of his favorite wines.

"Every wine enthusiast dreams of visiting great European vineyards," he wrote in his blog "The Wine Rack."

"Beginning June 3, 2009, the trip becomes just a little bit easier even with a tough exchange rate. Thanks to new, non-stop Pittsburgh to Paris flights on Delta Airlines, the hassles of missed connections and long layovers in Newark International will become experiences of the past."

Delta will offer five flights per week to and from France, which represents is a $600 million export market for Pennsylvania. Flying to Paris will open up a gateway to do business with the European Union. From Paris, flight time to Germany is one hour, 30 minutes to Belgium and one hour to the Netherlands.

More information on the Paris flight is at

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