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The new Summer destinations

In all 137 roots connecting Nice to 101destinations(34 countries) are available for Côte d'Azur residents and French and foreign visitors this summer.This network is operated by 56 scheduled airlines offering an average of 200 flights out  of Nice every day (1,320 weekly).

Appels d’offres Duty Free, Gastronomie et Souvenirs chics.

Le Groupe Aéroports de la Côte d’Azur a lancé, fin 2014, un important programme de refonte des terminaux de l’aéroport de Nice avec deux ambitions...

ACA announces the acquisition of Unijet's handling activity at Le Bourget

Aéroports de la Côte d’Azur Group (ACA) announced the acquisition of 100% of the share capital of Unijet Handling from Unijet, acquired by the Luxaviation Group last year. Unijet Handling, since renamed Sky Valet France, provides aircraft landing at Le Bourget with full handling services, parking facilities, waiting and work lounges, flight preparation rooms and rest facilities for pilots.

Aéroports de la Côte d’Azur has decided to award the fourth ground handling licence at the Nice airport to Groupe Europe Handling

In line with the opinion expressed by the airlines, Aéroports de la Côte d’Azur has decided to award the fourth ground handling licence at the Nice airport to Groupe Europe Handling (GEH), using Landmark Aviation as general aviation service provider.

VLM Airlines annonce l'ouverture de nouvelles lignes

Nice / Avignon (France) / Liège / Anvers (Belgique), 25 février 2015 – L'opérateur belge VLM Airlines proposera dès le mois de mai prochain des vols réguliers entre la ville de Liège (en Belgique) et Nice et Avignon (en France) et Venise et Bologne (en Italie).

2014: New traffic record

Thanks to the diversity of its network, with more than 105 destinations operated by 53 airlines,the annual increase in traffic at Nice Côte d'Azur airport increased by 1%, with a growing occupancy factor.

Level 3 Carbon Accreditation

In line with such recent and innovative environmental approaches as full transition to renewables from 1 January 2015, testing the first fully electric airport shuttle bus, as well as setting up an autonomous power supply system for business aviation, Aéroports de la Côte d’Azur continues its efforts in the field of energy transition.

100% électricité renouvelable à partir de Janvier 2015

A compter du 1er janvier 2015, l’Aéroport Nice Côte d’Azur sera alimenté à 100 % avec de l’électricité 100% renouvelable issue de la production hydraulique française.

Une première dans ce domaine, puisqu’à ce jour, l’Aéroport Nice Côte d’Azur est le seul parmi les aéroports français à faire ce choix énergétique.

Two new catering partners

As part of the renovation of the two terminals at the Nice platform, in the early summer of 2014, the Aéroports Côte d'Azur Group launched a new call for tender for passenger and staff catering.

Fully renovated terminals

As part of TAXFREE 2014, the annual international event for the duty-free industry now celebrating its 30th anniversary, of which Aéroports de la Côte d’Azur is the main partner...