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Old July 6th, 2014, 11:21 PM   #21
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Old July 10th, 2014, 06:15 PM   #23
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Nice airport will not be subject to increased security checks, despite France’s announcement that passengers on U.S. flights would be subject to increased screening before embarking. The checks were requested by American authorities due to security risks posed by terrorists groups in Syria.

At present, only one flight per day leaves Nice for the U.S., a Delta service to New York. Photo: Flickr.


The airport at Nice offers just one daily flight to the United States, a Delta flight to New York. With such a small number of weekly flights, it seems the airport isn’t a priority. “The increase of security checks doesn’t concern Nice Cote d’Azur airport, but the big European ones… no specific consequences are expected on our terminals,” the airport's director of communication, Géraldine Giraud, told The Riviera Times.

Last week, the Direction Générale de l’Aviation Civile announced that France would be instating increased security screening for U.S. flights, without mentioning which airports would be affected. They advised passengers that “delays are possible…. Take measures to be at the airport sufficiently early to avoid difficulty when embarking.”

The announcement followed similar warnings from Britain and Belgium that their security control would be stepped up in accordance with the American TSA’s (Transport Security Agency) requests. The American agency said on 6th July that the new measures would include increased examination of electronic devices, and “officers may ask owners to power up some devices, including cell phones. Powerless devices will not be permitted onboard.”

The UK government has also updated its website on travel restrictions with a similar warning about electronic devices.

The increased security checks come amid fears that jihadist groups in Syria have developed explosives undetectable by traditional airport checks, and that individuals returning from the struggle in Syria may bring these new techniques with them. Without specifying this situation, U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson released the following explanation for the measures on 2nd July: “We are sharing recent and relevant information with our foreign allies and are consulting the aviation industry. These communications are an important part of our commitment to providing our security partners with situational awareness about the current environment and protecting the traveling public.”

The British deputy prime minister, Nick Clegg, was more explicit about the threats involved, calling current developments in Syria and Iraq “the latest turn of the wheel in a medieval, violent, revolting ideology… a distortion of that faith [Islam],” on his weekly discussion show on LBC radio.

While Nice has escaped the increased security measures, they are now in place in Marseille as well as the airports of Paris, with both asking travellers to arrive at least 90 minutes before their gate closes.

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Old July 11th, 2014, 05:43 PM   #24
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As promised. Here is the view from Monte Carlo on the sea side while I wait for the driver to pick me up. I only spent one hour at the airport, and I had a blast.
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Old August 4th, 2014, 11:11 PM   #25
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The city of Nice may buy out the government’s majority holding in the Nice Côte d'Azur international airport if privatisation plans go ahead. Mayor Christian Estrosi has “ruled out nothing” in the fight to keep France’s 3rd busiest airport from the hands of a private investor.


France's third busiest airport may become a private operation. Photo: Flickr.

In an interview with Journal du Dimanche published on 3rd August, Christian Estrosi, the mayor of Nice, made his total opposition to the airport’s privatisation very clear.

“I, along with others, am considering buying back the state’s portion if they decide on privatisation… The state wants to get rid of airports to finance their policies, ones that I don’t agree with,” he said, adding that government institutions have always been more efficient in cases such as these. “We’ve already shown that we do better than private companies when it comes to a better quality of service.”

Early in the new millennium, the government put in place the framework for an eventual privatisation of the nation’s most important airports. In 2004, a law divided control between regional management collectives, controlling 15%, and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry, 25%, while the state retained the majority stake. Continuing in 2005, legislation was introduced allowing private investment in the airports of Paris, with a view to expanding into Nice, Lyon, Marseille, Toulouse and Bordeaux.

The previous government had planned to act on these legal changes, before abandoning their plans in September 2011 when the airport’s regional collectives refused to negotiate any takeovers.

Nice is owned by the second biggest of these airport management companies, and carries 11.5 million passengers a year, in 3rd place behind Parisian airports Orly and Charles de Gaulle.

The current government already announced the sale of their stake in the airport of Toulouse-Blagnac on 11th July. The sale involved a private investor who will be announced in November 2014. It is this fate Estrosi wants to avoid for Nice. “I refuse to let our airport become a regional hub for low cost companies. I don’t want an arrogant and scornful private investor,” he explained, fearing that the city would lose its influence “which holds weight in current decisions.”

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I got to fly into this airport from Lille back in 2011 on Air France. Sadly lost the pictures but the approach was beautiful as I had a window seat facing the coast as we landed facing east.
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Old August 7th, 2014, 05:13 AM   #27
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Yeah, daytime landing must be a blast. I arrived around 11pm with KLM, so no dice haha.
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Old September 17th, 2014, 01:04 PM   #28
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The Air France strike appears to have worsened overnight with 90% of flights to and from Nice Airport cancelled today. Travel chaos abounds, particularly at the Nice Côte d'Azur airport.


Nice's airport has been severely impacted by the pilots strike. Photo: Imagin

The strike began on Monday as a response to Air France’s new strategic plan, which includes outsourcing some jobs. Jean-Louis Barber, president of the SNPL pilots’ union, previously told the French press that one of the reasons for the strike includes "the absence of a constructive and structured dialogue".

Negotiations are continuing this morning between Air France officials and the SNPL, Alter and SPAF unions, but no information has yet been released to the press.

Nice Côte d'Azur international airport is one of the worse affected by the strikes, alongside Toulouse and Parisian airports. Elsewhere in the country it is estimated that every six out of 10 flights are cancelled today.

On Monday, just over 50% of Air France flights to and from Nice were cancelled. An expected 60% of flights were to be cancelled on Tuesday but the actual figure reached up to 80%. With today’s figure having increased even more, many people are left wondering whether there will be any flights at all throughout the rest of the week.

Budget British airline easyJet have put on an extra thousand seats between the worst hit airports by chartering an extra plane, however many passengers are still unable to find alternative travel arrangements.

At the start of the strike, Air France made a statement advising all clients with flights booked from the 15th to the 22nd September to consider rearranging their travel plans or accept a refund so they wouldn’t be inconvenienced by what looks set to be the biggest Air France strike since 1998.

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Old November 15th, 2014, 12:07 PM   #29
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Terminals 1 & 2 renovation work scheduled for 2017 and terminal 2 extension by 2020



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Old November 19th, 2014, 01:19 AM   #31
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Nice Airport to undergo major renovation

Nice Côte d’Azur Airport has announced that Terminals 1 and 2 will benefit from a €30 million renovation project which will commence in January 2015 and run until 2017. The works will improve passenger experience and also prioritise the creation of commercial space, which is currently lacking throughout the airport.


A virtual respresentation of how a renovated Terminal 1 will look. Photo: Youtube/Aéroport Nice Côte d'Azur

Nice Airport’s plans to create a more user-friendly experience include designs to create more compact routes through both terminals. Waiting areas and lounges for passengers will also be increased in size, particularly in those areas where seating is currently at a premium. By constructing a new, individual area for security control in each terminal, it is anticipated that the airport will be able to increase its capacity for travellers and cope better with peak travel times, by avoiding long queues. The changes in Terminal 1 are expected to be completed by September 2015, when work will begin on Terminal 2.

The changes will also have an important impact on commerce in the airport. “After the work is completed in Terminal 2, shops and boutiques will occupy 3,300m2 of terminal space, which is more than double the current figure,” revealed Filip Soete, Director of the Commercial Business Unit, in a statement.

With regards to Terminal 1, a large walkthrough duty free section will be created, linking baggage control with the airport lounges. Within this section passengers will be able to browse through “flagship products of the French Riviera in addition to essential travel items, amongst an array of brands,” added Soete.

Nice Côte d’Azur is currently France’s third busiest hub, after Paris Charles de Gaulle and Paris Orly and offers direct flights to 105 varied destinations. It is hoped that the facelift will help to secure the airport’s place as a crucial European destination.

To experience a virtual tour of the new designs click here for Terminal 1 and here for Terminal 2.

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Old December 12th, 2014, 10:37 PM   #32
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Referendum on privatisation of Nice Airport

Mayor of Nice Christian Estrosi is to propose to the city council that a public referendum is held on whether to accept the privatisation of Nice Côte d’Azur Airport. The plan to offer a majority stake in the airport to external investors was announced by Finance Minister Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday.


Mayor of Nice Christian Estrosi has told citizens they must defend the right to control their airport. Photo: Flickr

The plan to privatise Nice Côte d'Azur Airport was revealed as part of a raft of reforms designed by Macron to revive France’s ailing economy. Currently, the State owns 60% of the airport with the remaining 40% split between other public bodies including Nice’s Chamber of Commerce, the Alpes Maritimes Department and the Metropolis Nice Côte d'Azur.

At a press conference held on Thursday 11th December, Mayor of Nice Christian Estrosi announced his intention to firmly oppose the proposal. The mayor argued that privatisation would place the destiny of Nice’s airport solely in the hands of external investors.

“If we, the public, lose ownership of the airport, the development of the site and the choice of destinations and companies would pass into the hands of investors whose only motivation would be profit maximisation.”

The mayor also underlined the importance of Nice Côte d’Azur Airport to the city and surrounding area, a factor which he says must not be overlooked in this process.

“Contrary to what the State considers, regional airports are strategic assets. The airport of Nice Côte d'Azur is of obvious strategic importance to the Riviera territory. It connects us to over 110 destinations and welcomes 11.5 million passengers a year. This would be against the interests of the city, the Metropole of Nice and the department. We must defend the right to control our own destiny” said Estrosi.

In order to fight the proposal, Estrosi will present to the city council a plan to hold a public referendum on the issue in February. The mayor has described the proposed privatisation as a key issue that requires the consultation of the people. Subject to council agreement, the vote will take place on 20th February and be open to all Niçois citizens.

“If the Niçois people return a no vote, it can’t change the decision in legal terms but it will give legitimacy to our negotiations in terms of the privatisation,” said the mayor.

Prior to the potential referendum, Estrosi will be seeking three amendments to the current proposal. The first aims to gain a right of first refusal for public authorities prior to any purchase by external investors. This would, in theory, enable the city of Nice and the Alpes Maritimes department to buy out the government’s share if they secured the necessary funding. The second amendment would ensure that the State may only authorise a transfer of a minority stake in the airport rather than the proposed majority. Finally, the mayor will demand that there must be endorsement of any offer by all public shareholders prior to sale.

Emmanuel Macron will present his final proposal to Parliament at the beginning of 2015.

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Old January 14th, 2015, 01:21 AM   #35
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2014 a successful year for Nice airport

Nice Côte d’Azur airport has maintained its position as France’s second busiest hub after Paris. The announcement coincides with the launch of the airport’s extensive renovations and the build-up to a public referendum over its privatisation.

2015 is set to be a year of change for Nice Côte d'Azur airport. Photo: Flickr


The airport runs flights to over 105 destinations served by a total of 53 airlines. According to a report released yesterday, 12th January, Nice Côte d’Azur airport saw an overall increase in traffic by 1% from 2013, serving just fewer than 11.7 million passengers in 2014.

A large rise was seen in passengers travelling on international flights, with 4.5% up on 2013, while internal flights did not experience the same level of success, seeing a dip of 4.7% from the previous year’s figures.

“Despite the social disruption and adverse weather conditions, for the fourth consecutive year Nice Côte d’Azur airport has achieved a traffic record with 11.7 million passengers,” states the report.

The airport is set for change in 2015 with both terminals as well as the runways receiving extensive refurbishment.

The works, which will begin this month and run until 2017, will be geared towards the improvement of customer experience with simplified routes between check-in desks, security and departure. The expansion of commercial space will also be a priority, while waiting areas and lounges will be increased in size.

It is hoped the renovation will help achieve the target set by the Nice Côte d’Azur airport in welcoming 15.5 million passengers per year following the redevelopment.

The privatization of the airport has been another factor which has seen the airport pushed into the public eye over recent months.

The State wants to sell its 60% share of the airport, however Mayor of Nice Christian Estrosi has firmly voiced his opposition to the idea, arguing that privatisation would place the future of the airport solely in the hands of external investors, drawing on the ‘strategic importance’ of the airport to the area and stating that it would be against the interests of the city.

In an attempt to fight the proposal, a public referendum will be held on 19th February for all residents of Nice on whether or not Nice Côte d’Azur airport should be privatised.

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The National Assembly has voted in favour of privatising the Nice Côte d’Azur International Airport. The announcement comes as Mayor Christian Estrosi is rallying support for a referendum scheduled for next week.


The privatisation of Nice's airport, France's second busiest hub, was authorised yesterday. Photo: Flickr


The decision to authorise the airport's privatisation was made last night, Thursday 12th February, after MPs voted in favour of adopting Article 49 of the Macron Bill at a National Assembly meeting, reports Nice Matin.

The MPs also rejected three amendments to the bill, previously presented by Mayor of Nice Christian Estrosi. These included a proposal to gain a right of first refusal for public authorities prior to any purchases by external investors, to ensure that the State may only authorise a transfer of a minority stake in the airport rather than the proposed majority, and to require an endorsement of any offer by all public shareholders prior to sale.

The authorisation of the bill comes a week before the planned public referendum on the matter. Next Thursday, 19th February, voters in Nice are invited to give their opinion on the privatisation of the airport.

“If the Niçois people return a no vote, it can’t change the decision in legal terms but it will give legitimacy to our stance,” said the mayor in December.

Nice Côte d’Azur Airport is currently 60% owned by the State, with the remaining 40% split between other public bodies including Nice’s Chamber of Commerce, the Alpes Maritimes Department and the Metropolis Nice Côte d'Azur.

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Nice airport unveils new restaurant line-up

Passengers waiting to board flights at the Nice airport will soon be treated to Michelin star dining. Also forming part of the new catering options following the airport refurbishment will be Jamie’s Italian, Burger King, and, for a little local touch, socca from Chez Pippo.


2-Michelin-starred chef Mauro Colagreco (right). Photo: Mauro Colagreco/Twitter

Restaurants in Terminal One will welcome renowned chefs Thierry Marx and Mauro Colagreco, reports Nice Matin, who each hold two Michelin stars. Marx has been a member of the judging panel on French TV programme ‘Top Chef’ since 2010, and owns three restaurants of Paris, while Colagreco is a chef at the famous Mirazur restaurant in Menton.

But fine dining won’t be the only option on the menu for passengers at the airport’s main terminal. Eateries serving local specialities will be on offer with a branch of Chez Pipo, a popular socca restaurant in Vieux Nice, opening in April this year. A Starbucks is also expected to arrive in 2017.

And Terminal Two passengers won’t miss out. Jamie’s Italian – a restaurant owned by British chef Jamie Oliver, which boasts more than 30 branches worldwide – will eventually be welcomed alongside Burger King, Joe & the Juice, and luxury caviar shop Petrossian.

“It was necessary to offer a new experience, to improve passenger comfort across all price ranges,” said Filip Soete, commercial business director at the Nice Côte d’Azur Airport.

“And also, when they come to Nice, it will encourage them to return to the airport a little earlier before boarding to enjoy all we have to offer.”

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July was a remarkable month for Nice Côte d'Azur Airport, the third busiest in France. "This is the best month ever recorded in terms of number of passengers," said former president of the county council, Christian Estrosi.
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According to the latest count, Nice Côte d'Azur Airport welcomed 1, 425 698 passengers in July - 67,000 more passengers than in July 2013. "We are still millionaires in terms of passengers!" joked an executive of the airport yesterday. The airport will soon provide the complete figures for the season.

With almost 1.5 million tourists passing through the airport in July, on some days there were more than 50,000 passengers arriving at the terminals. "There are certainly signs of recovery," said president of the county council, Éric Ciotti, who has praised the work of all professionals within the tourism sector in helping to increase the figures.

Nice is France’s second busiest airport hub after Paris. There are just two terminals at the airport, which handled some 9.6 million passengers in 2010 and 10.4 million in 2011, with passenger numbers slowly rising every year.

Nice Côte d’Azur Airport is situated just 3.7 miles/5.9 kilometres southwest of the city of Nice. The location is popular with holidaymakers travelling to the famous Côte d’Azur. In total the airport’s passenger capacity is 13 million, with a maximum of 26 landings per hour.

Terminal 1 has 25 boarding gates and can take up to 4.5 million passengers per year, dealing with domestic and international flights to both Schengen and non-Schengen countries. It has a floor space of 560,000 sq feet. Terminal 2 is slightly larger with a 622,000 sq feet floor space and contains 29 boarding gates. This terminal has a total capacity of 8.5 million passengers per year.

In addition to the two passenger terminals, Nice Côte d'Azur Airport also has a freight terminal.

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MONACO TRAVEL: The low cost company Wizzair is to operate twice-weekly flights from Nice Côte d'Azur to Budapest, starting March 11, 2016, with flights on Monday and Friday…

Wizzair claims to be the leading low-cost airline in Central Europe and Eastern Europe. It currently operates a fleet of 63 Airbus A320 aircraft and offers over 380 routes from 22 bases, connecting 112 destinations across 38 countries. Its staff of 2,300 aviation professionals offer quality services at competitive prices to more than 16.5 million passengers worldwide, Wizzair says.

The airline's CEO and chairman is József Váradi, former CEO of Malév Hungarian Airlines. The company is registered in Pest County, Hungary with operating subsidiaries in Poland, Hungary and Bulgaria. Wizz Air Bulgaria was established in September 2005. Wizzair reported a first quarter net profit of €32.9 million ($36.1 million), up 12.5% compared to €29.2 million ($32.0 million) in the same quarter a year ago. Revenue was up 12.7% at €332.5 million ($365.0 million), compared to €295.2 million ($324.1 million) for the same quarter a year ago.

On June 18, 2015 the company announced that it had signed a memorandum of understanding with Airbus to purchase 110 A321neo aircraft (shown), with first deliveries in 2019.
SOURCES: Nice Airport, World Airline News
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