XL Airways France, earlier called Star Airlines ceased operations on 23 September 2019. It was a French airline having its headquarters at Tremblay-en-France, Seine-Saint-Denis, Ile-de-France, France. With a fleet of 4 aircraft, XL Airways France flights flew to 17 destinations. The airline's parent company was XL Group Ltd. XL Airways France had its hub at Charles de Gaulle Airport.
Passengers bought XL Airways France tickets to fly to destinations in the United States, the Caribbean, Africa, and the Middle East.
XL Airways France Fleet
XL Airways Fleet comprised 4 aircraft, which included - (3) Airbus A330-200, and (1) Airbus A330-300.
XL Airways France Classes of Service
For the passengers who made XL Airways France reservations, the airline offered Economy Class. Passengers were served hot meals on long-haul routes along with the additional breakfast or light meal depending upon the length of the flight. The travelers were also offered additional snacks and beverages on purchase. There were also comfort kits on offer which included - a blanket and inflatable neck pillow. In-flight entertainment was also provided to passengers.