France’s second largest airport will gradually increase the number of flights this summer. From July, 79 national and international destinations will be available again.
After a fairly quiet month of June, Nice airport is gradually continuing to recover its air traffic. From July, travellers will be able to travel throughout France, to major European cities, North Africa and Israel.
17 French destinations, 62 international
Nice Côte d’Azur airport, “the economic hub of the area and main gateway to the region”, released 17 new destinations in France and 62 international. Volotea, for example, is opening a route to Caen and another to Brest at the beginning of July. It will therefore be possible to travel from both north to south and east to west of the country. All economic, political and financial capitals of Europe, as well as leisure destinations, will be reachable from Nice.
“With this flight schedule, Nice Côte d’Azur regains its position as a contributor to the economic dynamism of the area and enables the entire southern region’s residents to travel, as well as tourists, whether for business or leisure, to return to Nice,” said Dominique Thillaud, Chairman of the Côte d’Azur Airports Board. From July 1st, the airport will open its T2.1 terminal, from which all flights will depart.