After Courchevel, it is now the Altiport of Megève that is served by Alpine airlines!
The General Directorate of Civil Aviation (DGAC) has validated Alpine airlines’ request for commercial flights, allowing the altiport to be connected to the main French and foreign airports by plane.
The Megève altiport has an infrastructure conducive to flights and a prime location to visit this village. authentic Alps. You now have a quick access to the land of Mont Blanc, without worrying about traffic jams…
The city centre is only 15 minutes from the altiport, while the nearest airfields are 45 minutes away.
A quick and comfortable journey in the midst of beautiful landscapes!
|Bordeaux||Courchevel||Cannes / Nice||Geneva||Marseille||Paris||Strasbourg|
|1:40||15 min||55 min||13 min||1 h 00.||1 h 20||55 min|
Passenger transport, particularly in the mountains, is an activity highly regulated. Aircraft, procedures and crews respond to very high standards, for maximum safety.
Alpine airlines specializes in the transport of passengers in mountainous regions, and is today the only commercial operator authorized for this purpose by the authority in connection with routes with other airports…
These flights are carried out on request, departing from all airports and airfields in France, Italy, Switzerland, ect.
A little history…
The Megève altiport was created in 1963. It will be inaugurated on the 20th December 1964 by Air Alpes, two years after the Courchevel airport. Megève registers as the 3rd approved altiport, just behind Méribel. Shortly thereafter, the Alpe d’Huez will also be approved by Directorate General of Civil Aviation.
Public transport began in 1964 with Air Alpes, with Piston-powered Pilatus PC6s equipped with skis.
As in Courchevel, Air Alpes operated the Altiport of Megève in commercial transport with the DHC-6 Twin Otter (20 seats), ensuring links with Grenoble and Lyon.
The Sea of Ice and Mont Blanc