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Private Jet Terminals and Marinas in Monaco

By admin |  August 5 2007


pOrt de fOntvieille © mOnAcO preSS center

Nice international airport

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Aviapartner executive

 

Aviapartner provides executive aviation services throughout Europe, making them a highly favored option for domestic and international handling.

They also provide assistance for every aspect of executive travel from airway slot coordination and flight planning to catering arrangements and hotel reservations.

 

Executive Department Manager: Pascal Matha

+33 4 9321 3737

www.aviapartner.aero

landmark aviation

 

With a worldwide FBO network, both throughout Europe and North America, Landmark Aviation builds on a wide network to provide quick-turnaround services, customs and immigration clearance in addition to on the ground concierge, limousine and helicopter services.

The passenger lobby is ultramodern and features all expected amenities for business travelers.

General Manager: Nicolas Gourjon

+33 4 9321 8218

www.landmarkaviation.com

swissport

 

Swissport has been operating in Nice since 2001 and boasts 33 employees with a further 20 available for the high season, allowing them to operate at 24 hours notice.

Laurent Milland

+33 4 9321 5872

www.swissport-executive.com

 

Ports De Monaco

 

The jointly-managed Ports of Monaco are two natural harbors offering mooring facilities for luxury yachts.

Located 20 minutes walk apart on either side of the Rock of Monaco, both offer all the facilities of a modern marina for short and long-term stays alike, including electricity, fresh water and fuel, in addition to television, telephone and bathroom services and 24-hour security. Both are in close proximity to a heliport, as well as all the glamour and life of Monaco. The larger, deep-water Port Hercules has an ancient pedigree as a trading port used by the Greeks and Romans. Today it is a modern marina with a colossal sea wall and lee breakwater which shelter the harbor from wind. In total, the Port has 700 berths accommodating craft of over 330 feet (100 meters). To the east of the Rock of Monaco, Port de Fontvieille receives natural shelter from the rock and can accommodate up to 275 craft of five to 100 feet (30 meters).

 

Director General: Gianbattista Borea d’Olmo

+377 9777 3000

6 Quai Antoine 1er, 98011, Monaco

www.ports-monaco.com

 

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