Nice Airport is the third busiest airport in France after the two main airports of Paris Roissy Charles de Gaulle and Orly. So this is the main entry point for international travel to the South of France.

The airport is located by the sea, landing in Nice offers a breathtaking panorama on the beautiful French Riviera. All travelers onboard the aircraft will marvel at the Mediterranean Sea and its prestigious coastline.

The distance between Nice and the airport is 6 km, so it’s a quick race touring car with driver. Cabooking is the specilaist for the transfer from Nice airport to the entire French Riviera.

Airport History

The origins of Nice airport dates back to 1910. At that time it was only the host of an air show, however, that was a great success.

Thereafter the airport has mainly developed through the postal service linking Corsica and Marseilles by seaplane.

The site was officially recognized as airfield in 1929.

In 1945, Air France serves Nice airport and since then it has continued to grow.

Airport services

The airport has two terminals. Terminal 1 is dedicated to airlines and low cost while the terminal 2 home of Air France. Both terminals are home to many shops, eateries and services. Note for international passengers that there’s a duty-free area to purchase liquor, tobacco and duty free perfumes.

The list of all the shops and services is available on the official website of the airport. You will also find traditional services such as deposit, strapping luggage, currency exchange and also a business center.

The airport has free wireless internet.

There are different ways to get to Nice airport but the chauffeur pick up is definitely the best solution.

Pick up with cabooking

Cabooking allows you to book a private car with driver for your transfer to or from Nice International Airport. We serve multiple destinations including the city center of Nice. We can offer you a personalized service in response to specific requests.

Our prices are clearly displayed on this page. Do not hesitate to contact us for more information.

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