Chambery Airport or Chambery-Savoie Airport (ICAO: LFLB, IATA: CMF) is a small international airport near Chambery, France. Commercial activities started at the airport in 1960. It has one paved runway measuring 2020 is length and a second parallel runway with grass surface measuring 700 metres in length. The busiest season is between December and April due to it's connections to many ski resorts.
Chambery Savoie Airport is located 11 km north of Chambery, just a 15 minute drive, and within easy reach of the French alps,
The Embraer Phenom 100, Cessna Citation XL and the Cessna Citation Mustang are amongst some of the top private aircraft flying to Chambery Airport. It boasts an asphalt runway with a length of 6627 feet. In 2017, 186376 passengers flew to the airport by the dedicated business aviation terminal, with 11 scheduled European flights and its ski charter flights. These were operated by English, Scandinavian and Russian tour operators. The airport experience an important growth and in 2018 welcome 205,000 passengers. Top airport pairings include Brussels, Paris Le Bourget, London City, London Stansted and Moscow Domodedovo.