Courchevel Airport, France

 

Courchevel Altiport  is an Altiport* serving Courchevel, a ski resort in the French Alps. Due to its very short runway (537 metres) and the surrounding mountainous terrain ,there is no go-around procedure and the rules are very strict  about landing there.

Altiport*: An altiport is an aerodrome for small airplanes and helicopters, situated on or within mountainous terrain. The term is generally confined to describing small mountainous aerodromes in the French Alps.

A variety of private small aircrafts and helicopters can be seen landing at Courchevel Airport (known officially as Courchevel Altiport), which is very close to the slopes.

The best option to fly to reach Courchovel is to fly into ChamberyGeneva, or Annecy, which all accommodate commercially-chartered private jets. Then a a private helicopter will transfer you direct to Courchevel for the final approach.

Geneva and Lyon are the nearest main airports to Courchevel. Chambery and Grenoble airports are also convenient and offer shorter transfer times.

Distances and drive times from airports to Courchevel :

Geneva 149km – 3 hours
Lyon 187km – 3 hours
Chambery 110km – 2 hours
Grenoble 174km – 2 hours

Prices Helicopter Tranfer To And From Courchevel

Address: Rue de l’Altiport, 73120 Saint-Bon-Tarentaise, France
Code: CVF
Elevation: 2.008 m
Phone: +33 4 79 08 26 02
For private jet charter from Courchevel Airport, France call Jets4You at +30 210 996 7870 (24 HRS)

Landing at Courchevel

Altiport*: An altiport is an aerodrome for small airplanes and helicopters, situated on or within mountainous terrain. The term is generally confined to describing small mountainous aerodromes in the French Alps.

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