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France is a dream that keeps returning for the rest of your life…

Visiting France is at the top of many people’s bucket lists. France is one of the world’s most coveted and popular tourist spots, encompassing everything from the glitz and glamour of Paris to the tranquilly of the countryside. France is one of the most visited nations in the world, with more than 80 million people visiting the country each year.

As difficult as it may be to put into words, the charm of living in France is the difference in attitude about life that permeates the entire country as a whole. The French are jovial and welcoming, making the country a wonderful place to visit.

With good reason, French cuisine enjoys a stellar reputation. The culinary delights of France can only be experienced by visiting the country itself. Every region of France has a signature cuisine made with local ingredients that is loved throughout the country.

French people take great pride in their country’s history, which spans more than a millennium. In France, you’ll find interesting and old structures with intriguing histories just about everywhere you go. And for those who have an eye for the finer things in life, the country’s endless cuisine, wine, and fashion offerings are sure to win your heart.

It is France’s unique topography that provides an abundance of options for travellers to explore the country. With a wonderful countryside, majestic mountain ranges, stunning beaches, and great weather, there’s something for everyone in this magical land. No matter what kind of adventure you’re seeking, you can count on this beautiful country to give it to you!

Jet-VIP to Paris

The busiest business airport in Europe, Paris-Le Bourget Airport, is located in Paris. This airport, which used to be the primary gateway to Paris, is now exclusively utilised for general aviation, including business jet operations. Aside from that, it also stages air displays, the most renowned of which being the Paris Air Show.

It is located near Le Bourget, which is approximately 11 kilometres north-east of downtown Paris and a 20-minute drive from the centre of the city. The airport has a total land area of more than 530 hectares. It has three runways, two of which are autonomous, and is widely regarded as the premier business airport in Europe.

Le Bourget is the most central of Paris’ three airports, and it is a major hub for business aviation. Passengers can anticipate a seamless and speedy transition onto their aircraft because of the large number of private terminals available, each of which provides high levels of customer care.

Aircraft can taxi and take off in the shortest amount of time feasible when not subjected to the constraints of commercial flights. This makes this airport an excellent option for private flights that need to leave quickly.

Jet-VIP to Nice

France’s second-busiest airport, Aéroport Nice Côte d’Azur, is located just 5.9 kilometres from Nice’s Arrondissement in the Alpes-Martitimes Department of the country. Aéroports de la Côte d’Azur (ACA) owns and operates the airport, which covers an area of around 370 hectares. International travellers often use this airport to fly to holiday destinations including St. Tropez, Antibes, Cannes, and Monaco. Additionally, Nice is also home to low-cost carriers like EasyJet.

12 million people passed through the airport in 2015, which saw 169,934 aircraft operations and 15.4 metric tonnes of freight handled.

The older Terminal 1 and the more recent Terminal 2 make up Nice Airport’s main terminal complex. Convenient shuttle buses connect all areas of the airport, from parking garages to terminals.

The airport has a decent set of facilities for guests. There is a business centre at Terminal 1 which has eight offices and a 250-person conference space.

Travellers can also benefit from free Wi-Fi and charging stations all across the airport, as well as spend time at a number of eateries, duty-free shops and liquor stores. It’s also easy to get a hold of the local currency, thanks to the ATMs and currency exchange counters present at the airport.

Jet-VIP to Bordeaux

France’s fifth busiest regional airport complex, Bordeaux-Mérignac Airport sits less than 10 kilometres west of Bordeaux in the Aquitaine department.

Bordeaux-Mérignac Airport serves 4 million people each year and has direct flights to over 80 destinations. The Bordeaux-Mérignac Airport has three terminals that cover a total area of 47 600 square metres. One is for domestic travel and the other is for ‘Bili’ (Bordeaux illico) flights, which are low-cost flights that provide a simpler, but considerably more affordable service.

Bordeaux-Mérignac Airport features more than twenty stores, free high-speed internet access in its departure lounges, and restaurants and bars in the public areas of its departure hall, in addition to abundant parking adjacent to the terminal.

There are many transportation options available at this airport. The CUB Tram and Bus network’s Lianes 1+ bus line travels between Bordeaux Airport and the city. Every day, a shuttle runs from Bordeaux Airport to Bordeaux Saint Jean Train Station, providing a direct link.

Taxis can be found outside the terminal’s main door, providing transportation inside the city and to and from the airport as well. There is also a good selection of car rentals available at the airport, so getting around is easy and convenient!

Jet-VIP to Chambery

Located at Viviers-du-Lac near Chambéry, the Chambéry Savoie Mont Blanc Airport is a modest international airport that serves the French Savoie area. Chambery Aix Les Bains Airport was previously known as Chambery Aix Les Bains International Airport, but is now mainly used for seasonal flights.

Since there are so many commercial flights in and out of Chambéry-Savoie Airport during the busy winter skiing season, the Chambéry-Savoie Airport complex is one of France’s busiest airports.

The massive single terminal building has a floor area of 4,600 square metres to accommodate the yearly influx of 1 million passengers. The Chambéry-Savoie Airport’s 120-square-meter departure lounge and international arrivals hall can accommodate 1,300 people an hour. A total of 40 coach parking spots and 300 free car parking spaces are available on the other side of the road from the terminal building’s entrance.

The Chambéry-Savoie Airport is equipped with a Duty-Free shop, a souvenir shop, and a café that is open during the lunch hour. The airport features a separate private jet terminal that provides a variety of services, such as limousine transfers and helicopter flights to ski resorts in the surrounding area.

Jet-VIP to Cannes

Cannes Mandelieu Airport is a general aviation airport servicing the city of Cannes in the French province of Provence. With a runway that can accommodate most private planes, the terminal is stylish and comfortable. It is 5 kilometres west of Cannes and 8 kilometres east of Mandelieu-la-Napoule, with a modern platform that is extremely responsive to customer demands and offers every convenience: high safety standards, efficient passenger handling, parking facilities nearby the terminal, customised services, and a sophisticated welcome that is both kind and professional.

Cannes-Mandelieu is a well-known private airport in the Cote d’Azur area, making it an excellent choice for anybody travelling into or out of the French Riviera. With Cannes, Nice, and Monaco all within a reasonable driving distance, there’s a lot to see and do in the immediate area.

Travelers arriving at Cannes’ Gare Routiere can take Express Bus #210, which runs every 30 minutes, to the city centre. For the most affordable transit between Cannes and the airport, Lignes d’Azur offers bus #200, which connects twice an hour and costs less than a cab fare. In addition, taxis are available, and their rates are determined by the distance travelled.

Jet-VIP to Saint Tropez

The airport of La Môle is located on the French Riviera, 15 kilometres southwest of the vacation town of Saint-Tropez. A renowned and stylish summer vacation destination in Europe, Saint-Tropez is a must-see.

As a result of its proximity to the Gulf of Saint-Tropez and Calalaire-sur-Mer, the La Môle Airport in Saint-Tropez is a popular choice for visitors to the region. Only a 20-minute drive separates Saint Tropez’s La Mole Airport from the city centre. As a result, it has a direct impact on the accessibility of the peninsula. More than 5,000 planes visit the airport each year for 10,000 trips that carry thousands of passengers.

When flying privately, the Saint-Tropez La Môle airport has a specialised private jet terminal (FBO). In addition to light jets and turboprop aircraft, the airport is also popular with helicopters. Larger planes are unable to land because of the narrow runway, so the airport mainly caters to smaller jets used for private and business flights.

The airport is ideally suited for business aviation flights. Elegant facilities, individualised service, and a team that goes above and beyond when it comes to giving hospitality and help to customers and flight attendants are all hallmarks of this airport.

Jet-VIP to Lyon

The Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, also previously known as the Lyon-Satolas Airport, is a large international airport in France. As France’s fourth busiest airport, Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport is located 25 km from the city centre and serves around 8 million passengers annually on more than 100 different routes.

Two Kyriad hotels and one NH hotel are located adjacent to Terminal 1 in the airport’s expansive retail area, making it easy to catch up on some rest during long layovers.

Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport has three terminals, a 1,000-square-foot business centre, and carparks for 10,000 cars. Another benefit of flying into Lyon Saint-Exupéry Airport is that it has its own train station (Gare de Lyon Saint-Exupéry TGV).

The tram Rhônexpress and taxis can get you to the heart of Lyon. A tram service, TGV high-speed trains, buses, taxis, or motorbikes are among the modes of transportation available to passengers at Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport. The airport has car rental firms as well. From the Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, you can take a bus to any of the area’s 40 ski slopes. This wide array of travel options makes this airport an excellent one to fly into.

Jet-VIP to Courchevel

Courchevel Altiport is an altiport that serves the ski resort of Courchevel in the French Alps. The runway is only 540 metres long. 7000 feet above sea level is the altitude at which you will be flying. Going around is not an option because the runway has an upward slope of 18.5 percent.

The Courchevel Airport is not for those who are easily intimidated. According to the French airport map, there is even a designated crash area, which means that if you need to crash your aircraft, you should ideally do so over there rather than elsewhere.

Because of the challenging approach, the steep runway, and the nearby ski runs, this airport is classified as very hazardous. This airport is ranked seventh most hazardous in the world by the History Channel show Most Extreme Airports.

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