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Abidjan Félix Houphouët-Boigny International Airport
07 BP 30, Abidjan 07, Cote d’Ivoire
Website : www.aeria.ci
Director General : Gilles Darriau
Total passengers : 1,829,000
Abidjan Félix Houphouët International Airport is located 16 km south-east of Abidjan and is the main hub for Air Côte d'Ivoire. Managed by AERIA since 1996, the airport has seen infrastructure developments with a new charter/low-cost terminal in 2012, a new cargo terminal and training academy in 2013, and modifications to accommodate the Airbus A380.
Aéroport Marseille Provence
BP 7, Marignane Cedex, 13727, France
Website : www.marseille-airport.com
Head of Market Research and Network Development : Veronique Lemee-Alexandre
Aircraft movements : 8.3 million
Ideally located in southern France, Marseille Provence has become the capital of the Mediterranean; a destination not to be missed and accessible to the world. It has recently been transformed to hold up the prestigious position of European Capital of Culture and host of Routes Europe. As France’s second-biggest city, Marseille is an obvious flight destination for business travellers, tourists and cargo traffic alike. Following 10 years of uninterrupted growth of its passenger traffic (rising to 8.3 million in 2013), Marseille Provence airport is entering into a new and decisive phase of its development. Known as France’s first regional airport in terms of long-haul routes, its ambition today is to open up to new international markets.
CS 90103, Blagnac Cedex, 31703, France
Website : www.toulouse.aeroport.fr
Traffic Development Director : Catherine Gay
Network Development and Airline Relations Manager : Anthony Garcia
Aircraft movements : 95,192
Total passengers : 8,081,179
Toulouse-Blagnac Airport is an international airport serving the city of Toulouse, France. One of the busiest French airports outside of the Paris region, Toulouse is an important base of easyJet. Toulouse is also recognised as an important location for the manufacture and assembly of Airbus and ATR aircraft.
Letisko M. R. Štefánika, Bratislava 21, Bratislava, 82311, Slovakia
Website : www.bts.aero
Spokesperson : Veronikam Ševcíková
Total passengers : 1,564,311
Airport Bratislava is the largest and the main airport in the Slovak Republic, which welcomes around 1.5 million passengers a year. The favourable position of Airport Bratislava within central Europe and its connection to other transportation segments (rail, road and river transport) are significant factors, which give the airport the chance to become an important player in the area of civil aviation with respect to air transportation of passengers and freight.
Alexandroupolis “Democritus” International Civil Airport
P/C 681 00, Alexandroupolis, Evros Prefecture, Greece
Airport Manager/Director : Stilianos Zantanidis
Assistant Airport Manager : Dimitrios Pantazidis
Aircraft movements : 3,034
Total passengers : 168,631
The civil airport of Alexandroupolis “Democritus” is located about 7 km east of the city of Alexandroupolis in the Prefecture of Evros in Thrace (north-eastern Greece), and is accessible via the E90 national road. The airport buildings were completed in 2011 and are equipped to international standards.