Chambery Savoie Airport Reviews 2017
Chambery Savoie Airport’s location makes it a gateway to the French Alps, lakes, and more than 110 first-class ski resorts. CMF, also known as Chambéry Aix-les-Bains Airport, is fully owned by Conseil général de la Savoie and operated by Vinci Airports. The airport was built in 1938, commencing commercial activities in 1960. Chambery Savoie Airport serves the French Departments of Savoie and Haute Savoie.
Our latest Chambery Savoie Airport reviews look at one of France’s small international airports, what are itsc main facilities and establishments, and what travellers think of using them.
Reviews – What People Are Saying
Based on 13 Chambery Savoie Airport reviews, CMF was given a rating of 1 star out of 10. Most of these Chambery Savoie Airport reviews were rated 1 out of 10, though one of the most recent was rated 8/10:
Ian Johnson’s review, entitled “great little airport,” wrote, ‘Chambery is a great little airport, the closest to the major ski resorts like The Three Valleys. It’s small and gets crowded at weekends, but has a cosy bar/restaurant on the first floor. In 2014 we were delayed 6 hours here due to bad weather and they couldn’t do enough to make our stay more comfortable, drafting in extra sandwiches etc. We were on time this year but still had time to enjoy refreshments/drinks etc. Much better than using Geneva or Lyon.” Other Chambery Savoie Airport reviews complain of CMF’s queuing, “not enough seats,” and rude staff.
CMF’s Duty Free store (+33 (0)4 79 54 49 54) sells perfumes, cosmetics, alcoholic beverages, gourmet produce, tobacco, giving shoppers the chance to save as much as 20% on luxury and brand items. They also have an airport store with a variety of gifts, souvenirs from the region, and confectionery. Meanwhile, their newsstand operates only during the winter season.
Dining options at Chambery Savoie Airport include the dining area on the terminal building’s ground floor and the bar offering sandwiches, beverages, desserts, and pastries or sweet treats.
Chambery Savoie Airport has airport shuttles, car rentals, taxis, and parking.
The French airport is located near the community of Chambery, a commune in Savoie, France, in the Rohne-Alps region. It lies near the interchange of motorways A41 and A43 (connecting to A48 & A49).
Location – Traffic – Service
Chambery Savoie Airport handled 215,216 passengers and 33,597 aircraft movements in 2015 on their two small runways. CMF is served by a number of scheduled and charter airlines like Aeroflot, Atlantic Airways, and Scandinavian Airlines flying to destinations within the region. For a comprehensive list of the destinations of Chambery Savoie Airport, using either passenger, charter, or cargo airlines, view this link.
News and Awards
So far, the toilets and signages of Chambery Savoie Airport had recently been upgraded and improved. The airport’s boarding area store was relocated and expanded, the security inspection area improved for more efficient passenger flow.
- Airport Code: CMF
- Phone number: 33 4 79 544954
- Website URL: http://www.chambery-airport.com/en
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Address: Viviers du Lac, Rohne-Alps Region, 73420, France
Flying with Chambery Savoie Airport yielded mixed Chambery Savoie Airport reviews: some say their staff were friendly, others reveal the horrible airport facilities and procedures. CMF will do, however, for travellers who want a way to get to France.
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