Nice Côte d’Azur Airport NCE was built to serve as a rapid and efficient gateway to the French Riviera, rather than a centre for entertainment and attractions. A direct bus from the Nice Côte d’Azu airport to the city of Nice costs 4 EUR. The Nice airport is the nearest airport to the principality of Monaco. Travellers to Cannes, Saint-Tropez use Nice Airport. The roots of Nice’s airport can be traced back to 1920s, but it was not until 1944 when major investments into a hard-surface runway were made. As the name of the city’s main street – the Promenade des Anglais – suggests, this destination was discovered very early by British tourists, who were then followed by Germans and visitors of many other nationalities. The increasing influx of tourists thus led to the continued growth of the airport. Today NCE is a well-equipped, two-terminal and two-runway structure that has received many awards for excellent performance. Many major airlines use Nice Airport, here the some airlines that use Nice Côte d’Azur Airport (NCE); Aegean Airlines, Aeroflot, airBaltic, Air Canada, Air Corsica, Air France, Alitalia, Austrian Airlines, Belavia, Blue Air, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, easyJet, Emirates, Eurowings, Finnair, Iberia, Jet2.com, KLM, LOT Polish Airlines, Lufthansa, Luxair, Middle East Airlines, Norwegian, Nouvelair, Royal Air Maroc, SAS Scandinavian Airlines, S7, SKYUP, Swiss International Air Lines, TAP Portugal, Tarom, Transavia, Tunisair, THY Turkish Airlines, Volotea,Vueling, Wizz.
Finnair is the flag carrier and largest airline of Finland, From its Helsinki-Vantaa base Finnair flies to Asia, North America and an extensive regional network in Europe.