Beziers Airport

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Following an important building construction and renovation, the Languedoc's Béziers/Cap d'Agde Airport proudly proposes four international flights: Bristol and London, England; Dusseldorf, Germany: all three operated by the leading low cost company in Europe, RyanAir. The seasonal fourth link is destination Odense, Danemark.


The airport estimates the carrying of 100,000 passengers in 2009.

The Chamber of Commerce Béziers projects the creation of new european flights from now until 2012, including traffic generating up to 230 000 passengers, equivalent to 100 million euros revenue per year for local businesses.

Beziers Cap d'Agde airport is located in the heart of the Mediterranean arc, amidst an exceptional environment of vineyards, neighbouring seaside resorts and the foothills of the Haut Languedoc Natural Regional Park.

It was created in 1975 by the Beziers Saint-Pons Chamber of Commerce and Industry and is today still managed by the Chamber of Commerce with a 40 persons team handling. Its traffic in 2008 reached 80,000 passengers.

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Location

Beziers Airport Vias 34450
France

Contact Info
Telephone: 
+33 (0)4 67 809 909

Beziers / Vias Weather info
Clear sky

Location of this weather station:
5.6 km West

Reported on:
Sun, 2018-02-25 16:00


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