Nice Cote d'Azur Airport (ICAO:LFMN, IATA: NCE) is the third busiest airport in France and serves as an operating base for EasyJet and for Air France. As well as offering general aviation from the main terminal, Nice Cote d'Azure Airport also has a purpose-built business aviation terminal, offering private lounges, specialist support services and luxury shopping. It's busiest day in 2018 was on the 28th May with 290 movements across the whole airport.
Nice Cote d'Azur Airport is located only 6.5 km southwest of Nice, 15 minute drive, and is within easy reach of Monaco and the French Riviera, around an hours drive.
Top destinations for Nice Cote d'Azur Airport include flights across France, as well as to the United Kingdom, Italy, Switzerland, Russia, Spain and Germany. It is no surprise it is France's third busiest airport with around 879 connections worldwide, 112 in France, 446 in Europe and 321 across the rest of the world. It's top airport pairs include Paris Le-Bourget, Moscow Vnukovo, Geneva, London Luton and Farnborough. The most active aircraft include the Cessna Citation Excel/XLS, as well as the Global Express and the Embraer ERJ 135/Legacy 600 series. Every year there are a combined 35500 movements, with just under 18000 departures and arrivals.