Aéroport_Ajaccio_Corse Napoleon Bonaparte

Photo, 2008 Bribri2B


Napoleon Bonaparte, also known as Gold Field, is the international airport of the capital of Corsica, located at 5 kilometers east of Ajaccio. Hub of Air Corsica, despite its small size (it is one of the smallest in the entire nation), is the main airport of the island with over one million passengers in transit.

Amsterdam, Barcelona, ​​London and the main French destinations are connected with direct flights to the city. Here is the list of companies that make direct connections to the airport:

Air Corsica: Lyon, Marseille, Nice, Paris-Orly.
Air France: Barcelona-El Prat, Basel, Bordeaux, Clermont-Ferrand, Geneva, Lille, Metz / Nancy, Montpellier, Nantes, Paris-Orly, Strasbourg, Toulouse.
EasyJet: London-Gatwick, Paris-CDG and Geneva (seasonal only).
Transavia, seasonal flights: Amsterdam

Another solution would be the airport of Bastia Poretta, distant from here around 130 kilometers. From Bastia-Poretta, in about two hours by car, you reach the capital.


Not far from the terminal of Napoleon Bonaparte, in about 5 minutes of walking, you reach Place de la Gare, and Boulevard Charles Bonaparte. From here, the 8 bus number, in just over 10 minutes, allows you to reach the center of Ajaccio. You have to buy the TICKET AÉROPORT, valid exclusively on the 8 line from the Napoleon Bonaparte airport to the central railway station Gare d'Ajaccio. It costs 4,50 €, applies to a return trip and can be used within 2 hours of validation.