ASL Airlines is closely monitoring possible restrictions on entry into the territory of the destinations it serves, which may be imposed by local authorities following the emergence of the coronavirus (Covid-19).

The Israeli authorities have indicated in particular that passengers who have stayed in China (including Hong Kong and Macau), Japan, Thailand, Singapore or South Korea in the 14 days preceding their arrival in Israel will be refused entry on the territory. Exemptions apply to Israeli citizens and residents, as well as to passengers who have only passed through Hong Kong, Macau, Japan, Thailand, Singapore and South Korea.

We recommend that you follow the latest updates from the relevant immigration authorities.

If these restrictions apply to your trip and your ticket cannot be changed or refunded, we recommend that you contact your travel insurance.

Corporate Responsibilty



ASL AIRLINES FRANCE has committed to a sustainable development policy aimed at the progressive reduction of polluting emissions and the abatement of noise pollution. ASL AIRLINES FRANCE’s sustainable development strategy goes way beyond regulatory demands…

Noise pollution abatement

Our sustainable development policy

The Company partners with the Civil Aviation services in all studies undertaken to reduce the noise of its activity (CDO = continuous descent operations, take-off at the far end of runways, tailwind procedures) and is present in various consultative commissions of French airports. These commissions include neighbouring communities and local authorities.


By investing heavily in sound absorbing structures for its Boeing 737 fleet, the Company is now equipped with the most quiet cargo aircraft on the market, ideal for its night flight activities.

Reduction in polluting emissions

After the implementation of the on board RTTO software that optimises take-off and landing performances, EUROPE AIRPOST has undertaken major programs to reduce polluting emissions.



Implemented programs

Integration of two next generation B737-700s:

Equipped with winglets and CFM56-7 engines, these aircraft reduce fuel consumption by 15%.

Launch of the ECO2 project:

The ECO2 project has reduced our annual fuel consumption by more than 2%, a gain of more than 5,000 T of CO2 per year.

On board EFBII system (Electronic Flight Bag):

Elimination of paper documentation on board to a weight gain of 25 kg per aircraft, or 80 tons of CO2 not emitted.

Replacement of Ground Power Units:

Set up a working committee with its partner airports to look into replacement of its Ground Power Units (vehicles capable of supplying power to aircraft parked on the ground) by non-polluting Fixed Electrical Ground Power units.


Waste treatment

ASL AIRLINES FRANCE is associated with major partners for both the reprocessing of industrial waste inherent in its business as for the sorting of paper and paperboard.