Around 4,000 Japanese and Korean tourists for up to 17 000 additional overnight hotel stays- First passenger flights with ANA and JAL from Japan
- Restart of charter service from Korea with Korean Air
EuroAirport is awarded Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) Levels 1 and 2 in recognition of its policy to reduce its carbon footprint
EuroAirport presents its action plan “Flight noise reduction 23:00-24:00” as a core element of its sustainable development strategyBy 2019, EuroAirport aims to cut in half the number of take-offs to the south between
23.00 hours and midnight in order to alleviate substantially the noise situation for the municipalities concerned. A second objective is to stabilize the total number of flight movements between 23.00 hours and midnight by the end of 2019. In the long term, the airport seeks to implement a flight noise limitation system in collaboration with the French and Swiss civil aviation authorities. The approved action plan is expected to ease the noise situation in the second hour of the night in the short term without jeopardizing the airport's important economic function for the region.
Successful inaugural flight by Aegean Airlines - departures from EuroAirport to AthensFollowing its first flight on Monday 26 March 2018, Aegean Airlines, a brand new airline at EuroAirport, will be flying from EuroAirport to Athens, the capital and largest city of Greece twice a week.
EuroAirport's 2018 summer flight plan offers lots of choice More than 600 departures per week to more than 100 airports with 26 airlines
Sunday, 25 March 2018, from 10 am to 5 pm: EuroAirport Aviation Collectors Swap Market
A new work of art is unveiled at EuroAirport: “Les dessous du ciel ou l’attrape-nuages” by Jean-Paul Philippe
EuroAirport reports a positive result for 2017 and takes into account the challenges of developing the airport in a balanced way