News > Features

Features

Press Release from Béziers Cap d’Agde Airport

LanguedocLiving, Mar 19

New Summer 2017 Program 

Starting on March 25th, the Paris Beauvais Béziers Cap d'Agde flights will resume all year round.

Béziers Cap d'Agde Airport will be in summer mode from March 25th until the end of October, with the restart of all its 8 routes to & from northern Europe.

Five countries are serviced in total: England, Scotland, Germany, Sweden and France.

Two new developments made a mark this year:

The launch of a new London Stansted link at the beginning of July with three flights per week, and between 2 and 3 flights per week to & from Manchester during the high season (June to September).

In total, the airport will offer 6 flights per week this summer to & from the English capital. In case of good summer flight results, the new link to London Stansted could also be maintained next winter 2017/18, alongside the London Luton link.

More good news!

As the Paris Beauvais flight was a success even after a suspension of its flights between November 2016 and March 2017, RYANAIR has decided to resume operation of the flight all year round.

The flights for the winter 2017/2018 are already on sale.

Three return trips per week/ on mondays, wednesdays, fridays are available. 

In total, nearly 50 flights per week will be operated by the airport during the summer period, while traffic prospects for 2017 are around 250,000 passengers (+ 2.5%).

Information and reservations:

www.beziers.aeroport.fr / www.ryanair.com.

3 flights per week, London Stansted: 3 flights per week, Paris Beauvais: 4 flights per week, Bristol 3 flights per week, Manchester 2 to 3 flights per week, Edinburgh 2 to 3 flights per week, London Luton Week, Stockholm 2 flights per week, Düsseldorf 2 flights per week.

Similar Stories

Features

Anti-UV clothing to prevent skin cancer

The sun is responsible for the majority of skin cancers, and each year there are…

MidiLibre/Scoop, May 18

Features

Buckwheat flour packets recalled due to…

Packets of buckwheat flour under the “U” brand are being recalled due…

The Connexion, May 15

Features

Home-jacking in Lignan-sur-Orb - jewellery…

Police have called for witnesses for a haul worth €500,000. In October…

MidiLibre/Scoop, May 2

Features

Another tonne of cannabis seized on the…

Customs officials in Narbonne, Aude seized 1,068 kg of cannabis in a truck supposedly…

France 3/Scoop, Apr 27