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|Marseille Provence Airport
Aéroport de Marseille Provence
Advanced Landing Ground (ALG) Y-14
|IATA: MRS – ICAO: LFML|
|Operator||Marseille Provence Chamber of Commerce and Industry|
|Elevation AMSL||70 ft / 21 m|
Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region in France
Sources: French 
Marseille Provence Airport or Aéroport de Marseille Provence (IATA: MRS, ICAO: LFML) is an airport located 27 km (17 miles) northwest of Marseille, on the territory of Marignane, both communes of the Bouches-du-Rhône département in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur région of France. The airport's hinterland goes from Gap to Arles and from Toulon to Avignon.
It is the fifth busiest French airport by passenger traffic and third largest for cargo traffic. In 2012 the airport achieved the fourth highest European passenger traffic growth, at 12.7% with 8,295,479 passengers. Marseille Provence Airport serves as a focus city for Air France. In summer 2013, the airport served 132 regular destinations, the largest offer in France after the Parisian airports.
Formerly known as Marseille–Marignane Airport, it has been managed since 1934 by the Marseille-Provence Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI).
In the 1920s and 1930s, Marignane was one of France's main points of operation for flying boats. It even briefly served as a terminal for PanAm's Clipper flying boats. Some other hydroplane operators were Aéropostale and Air Union, the latter moving over from Antibes in 1931. Marignane was also a production site for hydroplanes by Lioré et Olivier.
In September 2006, the airport opened its new terminal MP2 for budget airlines. In 2013 the airport expanded its shopping and dining options, with 30 new shops and restaurants, among which is the first Burger King shop in France since 1997.
Seasonal: Heraklion, Rhodes
|Aer Lingus||Seasonal: Dublin||1|
|Aigle Azur||Algiers, Annaba, Bejaia, Chlef, Constantine, Dakar (begins 21 December 2015), Oran, Setif, Tlemcen||1|
|Air Algérie||Algiers, Annaba, Batna, Bejaia, Chlef, Constantine, Jijel, Oran||1|
|Air France||Marrakesh, Tunis
Seasonal: Algiers, Beirut
|Air France||Amsterdam, Venice||3|
|Air France||Biarritz, Bordeaux (ends 24 October 2015), Lille (ends 24 October 2015), Nantes (ends 24 October 2015), Paris–Charles de Gaulle, Paris–Orly, Rennes (ends 24 October 2015)
operated by Air Corsica
|Ajaccio, Bastia, Calvi, Figari||3|
operated by HOP!
operated by HOP!
|Lyon, Strasbourg, Toulouse||4|
|Air Madagascar||Antananarivo, Moroni, Nosy Be||1|
Seasonal: Bodrum, Corfu, Dakar, Djerba, Dubrovnik, Heraklion, Ibiza, Kos, Marrakesh, Monastir, Split, Tunis
|Air Transat||Seasonal: Montréal–Trudeau, Toronto–Pearson||1|
|easyJet||London–Gatwick, Manchester, Rome–Fiumicino (ends 28 February 2016)
|El Al||Tel Aviv–Ben Gurion||1|
operated by Darwin Airline
|Freebird Airlines||Seasonal: Antalya, Istanbul–Atatürk||1|
operated by Eurowings
|HOP!||Bordeaux, Lille, Nantes, Rennes (all begin 25 October 2015)||4|
operated by Air Nostrum
Seasonal: Ibiza, Minorca
|Korean Air||Charter: Seoul–Incheon||2|
operated by Lufthansa CityLine
|Norwegian Air Shuttle||Seasonal: Copenhagen||1|
|Pegasus Airlines||Istanbul–Sabiha Gökçen||2|
|Royal Air Maroc||Casablanca, Marrakesh, Oujda, Rabat (begins 27 October 2015)||1|
|Ryanair||Brest, Charleroi, Eindhoven, Fes, Lille, Lisbon, London–Stansted (ends 26 March 2016), Madrid, Malta, Marrakesh, Nador, Nantes, Oujda, Palermo, Porto, Rabat, Rome–Fiumicino, Seville, Tangier
Seasonal: Agadir, Cagliari, Catania, Chania, Edinburgh, Essaouira, Gothenburg–Landvetter, Ibiza, Málaga, Palma de Mallorca, Poitiers, Stockholm–Skavsta, Tours, Valencia, Warsaw–Modlin, Zadar
operated by Portugália
|Tunisair||Djerba, Monastir, Tunis||1|
|Twin Jet||Basel/Mulhouse, Geneva, Metz/Nancy, Milan–Malpensa, Pau||4|
|Vueling||Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca, Rome–Fiumicino||1|
|XL Airways France||Saint-Denis de la Réunion
Seasonal: Punta Cana
|DHL Aviation||Brussels, Leipzig/Halle, Malta, Nice|
operated by Air Contractors
|Paris–Charles de Gaulle|
operated by Icelandair
|Paris–Charles de Gaulle|
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