An exception, in the heart of the Alps.
The 3 Valleys Area, the world’s largest winter sports area
Courchevel Altiport is conveniently located in the middle of the ski slopes, just minutes from the most beautiful hotels in the world.
Only airline based in Courchevel and specialist in mountain flying
- A local team, professional mountain flight
- Pilots specializing in mountain flying,trained by Alpine airlines (the only professional school for mountain flying)
- A fleet of new multi-engine aircraft, with highly adapted mountain flying performance, for maximum safety
- A reception area located on the altiport near the planes, guaranteeing a quality of service for our passengers
- More than 400 flights a year to courchevel altiport
Under the French flag, Alpine airlines operates only under Air Carrier Certificate (AOC), issued by the. French Civil Aviation Directorate (DGAC).
This certificate, combined with our mountain flying expertise, makes Alpine airlines the reference airline in the Alps and on all hard-to-reach airfields.
Courchevel: A year-round base
We provide transfers throughout Europe to the Courchevel altiport. During the winter, 3 aircraft are permanently based in Courchevel, and 2 aircraft in Chambéry (15 minutes flight).
Alpine Airlines – An unique airline
The only airline authorized to use the altiports of Courchevel and Megève: this authorization is issued by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGAC) and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)
Mountain flying specialist, Alpine Airlines trains its pilots in the excellence of mountain flying, in order to guarantee the highest level of safety.
The first professional school accredited at European level for the training of mountain pilots. Our pilots are trained in our own ATO(European standard) certified training centre.
Alpine Airlines fleet aircraft are exclusively twin-engine aircraft, adapted to short mountain slopes, guaranteeing performance and safety.
The entire fleet is registered under the French flag, allowing the highest level of control by the authority.
The mountain must be preserved
Alpine airlines is committed to more responsible air transport, but also to the tranquillity of the people.
Our aircraft are among the quietest on the market and our rules for using Courchevel aerodrome are very strict (schedules, pilot training schedule, self-limitation of activity, reduced noise procedures, etc.).
Alpine airlines brings its expertise to local authorities to change habits and improve practices.
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