Pau Airport attracts business customers affiliated with major companies in the region (Total, Safran, Euralis, Schlumberger, Lindt, Alstom, EADS, Toray, Socata, etc.), but it also handles customers travelling for leisure.
Located just 40 minutes from Lourdes, between mountains and sea, one hour from Pyrenees ski resorts, and one hour from the beaches of Basque Country and Landes, the region around the airport offers a wealth of activities, sporting events, celebrations, natural beauty, and cultural richness, with rich historical and cultural significance, and of course a renowned cuisine. Pau Airport welcomed 622,000 passengers in 2016. The airport is equipped with an all-weather landing system. It also hosts major military activities.
At the centre of Western Brittany’s largest area, Brest is famous for its harbor and military port. Brest airport is the first platform of the region, with an ultramodern architectural building, it can receive up to 1.4 million passengers and welcomed in 2016 more than 1 million passengers. Brest Airport meets new safety requirements and gives passengers direct views over the runway.
Second airport of Finistère in Brittany region, located about 5.5 km from Quimper, city of art and history. Quimper airport serves mainly Paris-Orly airport. The passenger terminal will be meeting passengers and airlines expectations in terms of services and international standards and welcomed 90,000 passengers in 2015.
With a majority of international passengers (mainly from Great Britain), Bergerac Dordogne Périgord airport is positioned as a real gateway to the Dordogne, and more widely to the Aquitaine region in France. It is the fourth largest airport in Aquitaine in terms of passenger traffic and is one of the three so-called "regional" airports in Aquitaine alongside Biarritz Pays Basque and Pau Pyrénées airports.
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