This will be the low cost carrier’s first service between France and Romania, although it does already operate three other routes out of Paris Beauvais.
Flights will be launched from December 18th and will depart three-times per week for the initial period, although the carrier has not ruled out an extension to services at a later date.
The expansion of services follows an announcement from central and eastern Europe’s largest carrier of new flights to Timisoara from London Luton Airport.
Wizz Air recently stepped in to offer its services to passengers with seats booked on Centralwings’ routes.
The rival low cost carrier recently announced that it was ceasing all scheduled flights to concentrate on tour operator charter flights.
Several of the airlines main routes will cease on September 14th while others, including its Gdansk to Rome and Krakow to Athens routes, will end on September 30th.