Chambéry - Private Jet Charter

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Picture of Chambéry Airport
Image Credit: Florian Pépellin

Chambéry Airport, in Savoie (Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes), is a civilian airport with one runway suitable for private jet flights.

The airport is located 35 km south-west of the city of Annecy .

AlbaJet can organise private jet charters to & from Chambéry, with aircraft up to the size of Heavy Jet.

Nearby Ski Resorts

Chambéry provides great access to a number of nearby world-class ski resorts in the winter. These include:

Tip: If you plan on travelling with ski equipment by private jet, please inform us to ensure that the maximum baggage capacity is not exceeded.

Private Jet Terminal

Passengers flying in or out of Chambéry will use the facilities of Société d’Exploitation de Chambéry Aix (SEACA).

The address of the departure terminal is a follows:

Aéroport Chambéry Savoie,
Viviers-du-Lac, F-73420

Operating Hours

Chambéry is open every day during the winter season from 7:30 a.m to 9:00 p.m (local time).

Chambéry Helicopter Transfers

Helicopter transfers, including ski transfers, can be arranged on request. Please contact us for further information and prices.

Airports in the vicinity of Chambéry

Flight times to nearby major cities

  • Milan: 25 minutes
  • Stuttgart: 41 minutes
  • Paris: 43 minutes
  • Frankfurt: 52 minutes

Aircraft based in Chambéry

  • Embraer ERJ 135
  • Embraer ERJ 145
  • Phenom 100E
  • Phenom 300

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Airport Facts

Locality:
Viviers-du-Lac
State/Region:
Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes
Country:
France
Airport code:
CMF / LFLB
Elevation:
237 m (779 ft) above sea level
Type:
Civilian
Number of Hard Runways:
1
Longest Runway:
2,019 m (6,627 ft)
Instrument Landing System (ILS):
Yes
Current Temperature:
25° C / 77° F (reported 14 minutes ago)