During the closure of the Mucem,


Programming continues online and the gardens of the fort Saint-Jean remain open to the public from 9am 6pm 7 days a week.

Volotea

“We are very proud to be the first airline supporting the most important cultural institution in Marseilles such as Le Mucem. In Volotea we consider arts and culture as bases for the development of society and Mediterranean Sea is entangled in our core network.

So, Marseilles and Le Mucem are perfect partners for Volotea. Additionally, we are delighted that our collaboration starts with the exhibition "Voyage Voyages", which shows the influence of trips on many artists. It perfectly fits with Volotea as for us travel is a pleasant experience. With this partnership for the next three years, we proudly support and promote culture in Marseilles as a main reason to visit.“
 

About Volotea
Volotea is one of the fastest-growing independent airlines in Europe, increasing year-on-year its fleet, routes served and seats offered. Since 2012, Volotea has carried more than 25 million passengers across Europe. The airline expects between 8.5 and 9.0 million passengers in 2020.
For 2020, Volotea is adding five aircraft Airbus 319s and 53 new routes to offer a line-up of 346 short-haul city-pairs among more than 90 medium and small-sized airports in 14 countries at very competitive prices. 
Volotea operates its network with 38 aircraft, Airbus A319s and Boeing 717s, based in 16 European mid-sized capitals: Venice, Nantes, Bordeaux, Palermo, Strasbourg, Asturias, Verona, Toulouse, Genoa, Bilbao, Marseille, Athens, Cagliari, Lyon, Naples and Hamburg. 
Volotea’s Hamburg base has been opened to operate Airbus’ shuttle service, recently awarded. Bases in Lyon and Naples are to be launched in 2020.
To capitalize its growth in activity, more than 150 new positions are open for recruitment in France, Italy, Spain, Greece and Germany for a total headcount of 1,450 in 2020.
 

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