Articles Tagged ‘Ajaccio’

CONNECT 2017 Ajaccio – 70 airlines and 250 airports expected

CONNECT 2017 Ajaccio – 70 airlines and 250 airports expected

Taking place on the island of Corsica between 22 and 24 February, CONNECT 2017 is expected to attract 65 airlines and 250 airports. As always, anna.aero will be there to produce its world famous conference magazines, and Chief Analyst Ralph Anker will also be leading a series of panel discussions, as well as giving his expert overview […]

Air Corsica looking for international market opportunities; Ajaccio is carrier's number one airport; has fleet of 11 aircraft

Air Corsica looking for international market opportunities; Ajaccio is carrier’s number one airport; has fleet of 11 aircraft

Air Corsica is based at the Corsican airport of Ajaccio, and it is the official carrier of CONNECT 2017. anna.aero caught up with the airline’s Hervé Pierret, Member of Management Board, to find out more about its operation and to see why it is so keen to expand its international presence.

Ajaccio's 50% growth in international traffic in 2012

Ajaccio’s 50% growth in international traffic in 2012

Serving the capital of the French island of Corsica, Ajaccio Napolean Bonaparte Airport, is the largest of the four international airports on the Mediterranean island. While the airport is showing steady growth, its extreme seasonality represents an annual challenge to the management.


Air Corsica (previously CCM Airlines) adds international routes from Marseille; dominates domestic from Corsica

Air Corsica (previously CCM Airlines) adds international routes from Marseille; dominates domestic from Corsica

Newly rebranded Air Corsica links which Corsican airports with which airports in mainland France? What competition does it face? What role does Air France play? Which international routes does it operate and what aircraft does it use?

Corsican airports report fourth straight year of growth; easyJet gradually making inroads

Article ThumbThe Mediterranean island of Corsica has four commercial airports which handled over 2.5 million passengers last year. Three cities in France dominate the island’s route network but LCCs such as easyJet and Germanwings are helping to stimulate international growth.