The merger between Twin Jet (T7, Marseilles) and Hex'Air (UD, Le Puy) has been finalised, with reservation systems now integrated between the two scheduled carriers. The Le PuyParis Orly route, previously run by Hex’Air using one of its two Beech 1900D aircraft, has operated using Twin Jet’s codes since December 19, 2016. Twin Jet will continue to use Hex’Air’s aircraft on the route.

As previously reported, Hex’Air president Alexandre Rouchon “seized the opportunity to be part of a larger group”. The merger provides additional services to passengers of the route, such as access to Air France’s Flying Blue program and the ability to purchase tickets on the Air France website.

Twin Jet will operate the Le Puy – Paris Orly route twice daily 5x per week. The new offering expands its network from fourteen to fifteen destinations throughout France, Italy, Germany and Tunisia, primarily serving business passengers.