Chambéry International airport is the gateway to France’s mountain ski and summer resorts, spas, and its greatest lakes. It is an ideal location from which to reach some 110 ski resorts.Thanks to a direct connection to the Rhône-Alpes motorway network and its regular shuttle bus services, Chambéry Savoie airport is the closest airport to the French Alps. Passengers save at least one hour’s travel time compared to other airports in the region. It offers the shortest transfers to the major ski resorts such as: Courchevel, Méribel, Val d’Isère, les Arcs, Val Thorens, les Menuires, Tignes...

In 2014, the airport welcomed 223 914 passengers thanks to it 13 scheduled routes, charters flights with the 20 main ski tour operators from Scandinavia, United Kingdom and Russia and business flights.Chambéry is also the business aviation airport for the French Alps. In addition to its accessibility, it boasts infrastructures dedicated to business aviation passengers (VIP terminal, limousine service, etc.). More than 10,000 business and private passengers used the VIP terminal in 2014, placing Chambéry Savoie as the 6th business aviation busiest airport in Europe during the winter.

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