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About
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Airports

Nice Côte d’Azur Airport (LFMN)

Nice Côte d’Azur Airport (LFMN)

Nice Côte d’Azur Airport (LFMN) also known as Aéroport Nice Côte d’Azur is located just minutes from Nice, in the Alpes-Maritimes départment of France. The airport is positioned 4 miles west of the city centre, and is the principal port of arrival for passengers to the Côte d’Azur and the entire south coast region including Saint Tropez, Marseilles, Monaco and of course Cannes home of the world famous film festival. It is the third busiest airport in France after Charles de Gaulle International Airport and Orly Airport, both serving the Paris metro area.

Nice Côte d’Azur Airport (LFMN) is located at Rue Costes et Bellonte, 06206 Nice, France. JetWay Private Air, Inc. serves as an indirect air carrier for our customers in arranging air charter services from FAA authorized direct air carriers.

About
Nice

With its mix of real-city grit, old-world opulence, year-round sunshine, vibrant street life and stunning seaside location, no place in France compares with Nice. Before everything else, there was the sea, and the Mediterranean climate – the twin factors that made Nice a tourist magnet as early as the 1700s. Look around and you’ll find the same elemental attractions that drew Europe’s belle-époque aristocrats to promenade along the waterfront in horse-drawn carriages. Even now, nothing compares to the simple joy of a balmy beach day interspersed with a spot of people-watching astride the Promenade des Anglais’ famous blue chairs. Whether you’re skating, kayaking, swimming, sprawled on a beach lounger or transfixed by sunset over the ever-present Med, it’s all still happening by the water.

For any lover of French and Italian culture, Nice is the perfect hybrid. Long affiliated with Piedmont and Liguria to the east, Savoy to the north and Sardinia to the south, this city only joined France in 1860 and has always kept one foot in Italy. The Italian influence remains palpable everywhere, in Vieux Nice’s tall-shuttered, ochre-hued buildings that look airlifted straight in from Portofino, in the fresh pasta shops on every corner and even in the football cheer Issa Nissa! (Go Nice!), shouted in the local Nissart dialect that’s been coloured by Ligurian Italian as much as Occitan French.

Nice, France