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Expatriates Magazine is pleased to announce an expansion of print distribution with a newly formed collaboration with easyBus, the leading value for money airport shuttle bus operator.

Easybus 1The arrival of easyBus in Paris marks the second Continental European service, operating in partnership with SARL Chamexpress and is the first in the French capital. Travelers are now able to transfer between Charles de Gaulle Airport and Paris centre at the lowest possible price, with 26000 one-way seats available from 2€ – tickets can be booked online.

EasyBus currently transports 300 passengers a day to and from CDG,  the strategic distribution agreement allows Expatriates Magazine to reach a wider audience of readers including residents and tourists in Paris. Expatriates Magazine will be available  on all easyBus Paris buses from September 2015 onwards.

Expatriates Magazine currently serves 50,000 expatriates in IDF through print, social and web activities and are actively seeking strategic partnerships. For all partnership enquiries please email kevin@expatriatesmagazine.com or call 06 62 26 93 48.

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