The Nice Cote d'Azur Airport, attractively located in west Nice along the coast, is the region's main gateway handling all air traffic to the French Riviera.
Nice Airport Terminals
Nice Airport is composed of two terminals, Terminal 1 and the newer Terminal 2. The terminals are linked by a free shuttle bus. You should check your ticket to determine whether you arrive in Terminal 1 or Terminal 2. If it's not on your ticket see the following:
Terminal 1 Airlines
Terminal 2 Airlines
Middle East Airlines
Royal Air Maroc
Free Wifi for 30 minutes after sign-in
Terminal 1: Traditional restaurant, self-service, snacks, bars, cafes, take-away
Terminal 2: "Gastronomic" Restaurant, snacks, bars, take-away
Luggage, handbags, jewellery, gifts, fine foods, lingerie (Terminal 2), optician (Terminal 2), perfume, make-up, local crafts (Terminal 2), wines, books, magazines.
Business, Centers, Club lounges
dry cleaning, left luggage, lost and found, document collection point, deposit and pick-up for objects not allowed in the flight cabin, fas, document printing, luggage strapping.
Kiss & Fly (first 5 minutes free)
Short-term (first 30 minutes free)
24-hour economy (Terminal 1)
Ground Transportation from the Airport
Taxis cost from €21-€31 to the town center.
Airport Buses cost €6. The ticket includes a connection with a city bus within 74 minutes. Note that there are no buses whatsoever on 1 May (Labor Day).
Airport bus No 99 connects the airport with the train station from 7.53am to 9pm.
Local bus No 23 costs €1.50 and links the airport with the bus station from 6.10am to 9.35pm
Taxis cost from €65-82.
Airport Buses include:
- Bus #200 which leaves every 30 to 40 minutes (less frequently on Sunday) and costs €1.
- Bus #210 which costs €14.20 and goes directly to Cannes
Taxis cost from €69-90.
Bus #110 runs every half hour from about 9am to 9pm and the cost is €18.
Airport Website: www.nice.aeroport.fr
Telephone: 0820 423 333 (€0.12/min)
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