French bee – new client

French bee, France’s leading low-cost long-haul airline, relies on Article Onze for its media relations.

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Thanks to a historical collaboration with the agency, the Dubreuil group from Vendée chooses Article Onze Tourisme to accompany its subsidiary French bee on the French market. The agency’s mission will be to manage the media strategy and press relations of the low-cost and long-haul airline French bee, sister company of Air Caraïbes. The agency, which has a solid expertise in the airline industry, now manages the media relations of the group’s two airlines. Thus, since September 1st, 2020, the Article Onze team accompanies, advises, and shares the company’s news and conveys its values to the media.

French bee is an innovative company that is shaking up the airline codes. And for good reason, the latest addition to the Dubreuil Group was born out of the desire to be a pioneer in the low-cost and long-haul airline segment in France. From Paris-Orly 4, the company serves Reunion Island, Tahiti, San Francisco and soon New York*.  French bee offers not only attractive fares but also a à la carte travel by offering its customers a choice from a range of services that each traveler can modulate according to his or her needs and desires.

French bee is a new way to travel.

Passengers travel aboard a fleet of 4 latest generation Airbus A350-900s, the perfect aircraft for long-haul flights. The aircraft are equipped with a condensed technology for the greatest comfort of passengers, including air filtration every three minutes, unequalled soundproofing and 100% LED lighting for a more restorative rest. Finally, its aerodynamics, carbon-based composite materials and wings inspired by bird wings make the Airbus A350 one of the most fuel-efficient aircraft, and therefore one of the most CO2-efficient.

Press contact :

Pauline Potiron – – tel : 01 55 60 30 00

* Due to the health situation, French bee currently operates 1 flight per week to Tahiti via Vancouver.