Toulon Hyères airport

Toulon-Hyères airport is one of the two French airports with mixed civilian and military use and offers up to 4 daily rotations to Paris Orly, 3 regular service to Brest, as well as multiple seasonal routes. Located in front of the Hyères beaches, midway between Provence and the Côte d'Azur, Toulon-Hyères airport is ideally situated in the heart of the Var region, France's leading tourist department after Paris.

As the departure and arrival point for ferries to Corsica and cruise ships, the airport is less than 50 km from many of the Var's most emblematic sites, including Saint-Tropez.

In 2020, VINCI Airports delivered the most important modernization work at Toulon Hyères civil and military airport since its creation in 1967. These works include the renovation of the two runways and taxiways, the refurbishment of the aeronautical lighting and compliance with water law. As part of VINCI Airports' sustainable development policy, the works also improve the airport's environmental performance. It is notably thanks to this type of initiative that the airport has renewed its ISO 14001 certification.

Between 2018 and 2022, Toulon Hyères airport has reduced its CO2 emissions by more than 90% by replacing its fuel boilers with heat pumps, using electric or biofuel-powered ramp vehicles, subscribing to a guaranteed renewable electricity contract, replacing the lighting in the terminal and aircraft parking area with LEDs and implementing an energy-saving policy (presence detectors, temperature set points, etc.) with the aim of achieving "Zero Net Carbon Emission" for the airport's own activities (scopes 1 and 2).

At the end of 2023, Toulon Hyères airport reached level 5 of the Airport Carbon Accreditation* (ACA) programme of Airports Council International (ACI).

Toulon Hyères airport is now the first commercial airport in France to be certified net zero emissions for its direct operations. It is one of the first ten airports in the world to achieve this level, which certifies the airport has reached balance on its direct emissions.

*The ACA is the reference programme that assesses the decarbonisation of airport activities and the contribution of airports to the overall "zero net carbon emissions" trajectory for aviation by 2050.

Key figures

  • ACA 5
  • 11
    destinations in 2023
  • 308,183
    passengers in 2023

4 airlines

  • Air Corsica
  • Easyjet
  • Luxair
  • Transavia

2 restaurants and cafés

  • Trib's (x2)

2 stores

  • Aelia Dutyfree
  • Relay

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