Airlines

Several airlines offer regular routes from Chambéry Savoie Airport. You can choose from traditional airlines or low cost airlines. To travel at the best price, discover our advice Low cost Travel.

Airlines from Chambery

AirlinesInformationCodesLuggage services
Flybe+44 1392 683 152BE02 40 84 80 99
Jet2.com0 821 230 203 LS+44 113 387 9426
British Airwaves0 825 825 400BA +44 207 646 07
Blueislands+44 (0)1481 7275SI
Transavia.com0 892 058 888HV0 970 808 806

The airport also offers these destinations

Amsterdam

Spend a week in Amsterdam, one of the most romantic and surprising European capitals. For many, it is the perfect embodiment of high-quality inner-city living. From its canals to its world famous museums, and its many curiosities and historical heritage, Amsterdam cannot fail to captivate!

Birmingham

As the second largest city in the United Kingdom, Birmingham lies in the very centre of the West Midlands. This was a leading city during the industrial revolution in England, and developed into a national commercial hub. With over 800 shops and five department stores open 7 days a week, and is...

Cardiff

Head off to spend a week in Cardiff, the largest city in Wales, full of attractions, sport, culture and various forms of entertainment. There is a whole range of things to enjoy in the city centre and its surroundings, whatever your taste!

East Midlands

Take a big breath of fresh air during a week stay in the East Midlands and make the most of a host of outdoor activities. The Midlands span from Wales to the North Sea, covering the middle of England from east to west. They are divided between the East and West Midlands.

 

Edinburgh

Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland and the first city to be named UNESCO city of literature. This magical city is the home to many historical secrets on every street corner. Edinburgh is famous for its Fringe festival, which takes place each August and where visitors can enjoy a host of...

Exeter

Founded by the Romans during the Antiquity, Exeter remains one of the main medieval cities in England. Located in the heart of the English countryside, just a few kilometres from the English Channel, Exeter is well known for its 11th Century Cathedral and its many unique sites!

 

Jersey

Jersey is the largest of the Anglo-Norman Islands, often named the "Island of Flowers". Both close to France and England, Jersey is a unique mix of the two cultures: people talk English, drive on the left, pay in pounds sterling, but the signposts are in French!

Well renowned for its sea...

Leeds

Elected "favourite city in the country", Leeds is located in West Yorkshire. Its cultural heritage, renowned across the world, as well as its shopping, night life and architecture each year draw in many visitors. 

London

For a long weekend or a week-long break, head off and discover London! The capital of the United Kingdom, each year welcomes millions of tourists coming from all four corners of the globe. An immense and multi-cultural city with over 250 free sites and attractions: changing of the guard,...

Manchester

Manchester is 260 kilometres north of London. This city is well-known for sport, notably due to the presence of its two leading football teams Manchester City and Manchester United. It is, above all, a dynamic cultural city where tourists will have no difficulty in finding something to do. 

Newcastle

Newcastle is a former shipbuilding city and is a lively and bubbling city, much favoured by young people. There are many pubs, clubs and restaurants and it is not uncommon to witness music being played in the street! 

Paris

Make the most of a long weekend and visit some of the most emblematic sites! Walk along the Seine, discover the most beautiful museums, enjoy an afternoon in the Department Stores or simply stroll through the bohemian districts, Paris has a thousand different faces and each is well worth...

Rotterdam

Set off to Rotterdam for a week! Rotterdam is well-known for being a dynamic and innovative city. This is an ideal destination to discover Dutch design and architecture. Festivals, events, exhibits, and night life will enthral visitors!

Southampton

Southampton is a port city on the south coast of England. It is known as the cruise capital of Europe and welcomes over four million visitors each year. Surrounded by 4 kilometres of beachfronts, it is a pleasant city where you can enjoy walks whilst admiring the sun set over the horizon.