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Turin airport transfers.

Deluxe Transfers offer a luxury transfer/cab service from all major airports in the alps to any destination, no distance is too far or too short.  We specialize in:-

  • Geneva to Chamonix transfers
  • Geneva to Val D’isere transfers
  • Geneva to Courchevel transfers
  • Geneva to Meribel transfers
  • And, Turin airport to Chamonix

Turin airport is slowly growing in popularity and at only 178 KM from Chamonix can actually be quite a good choice even for certain destinations in France.

The airport has only one runway and a single terminal it is served internationally by several major European airlines including British Airways, Iberia, Lufthansa, LOT Polish Airlines and Air France. Budget airlines such as Belle Air, Blu-Express and Air One provide domestic services and EasyJet operates a seasonal route to London-Luton.  Turin Airport serves four million passengers annually

International destinations from Turin Airport include Paris, Naples, Amsterdam, Brussels, London, Barcelona, Frankfurt, Munich and even Moscow. The most popular routes are domestic and involve Italian tourist destinations such as Palermo, Naples, Rome, Catania and Brindisi. The winter season sees a large number of arrivals for skiing and other winter sports

Turin Airport known locally as “Caselle Airport” is located 10 miles north of Turin’s city centre and is a base for the new national carrier, Alitalia.  It has its own railway station near the terminal building.

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