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Sainte Foy is so accessible, with a choice of four international airports to choose from./images/archive/s720x340/758_Snowimages_2000142.jpg
When you fly we'll greet you at your arrival airport and take you straight to your holiday accommodation./images/archive/s720x340/525_SS_travel_006.jpg
Flight Offers to Ste Foy
Free Ski Carriage with Monarch flights to Grenoble
Book your Monarch flights to Grenoble from Birmingham, Leeds Bradford, London Gatwick and Manchester and you'll be able to take your skis and boards with you for free!
Check out Monarch for full details and to book your Grenoble flights
Private Transfers to Ste Foy
Enjoy a return Première Neige transfer to your ski chalet in our luxury VW Caravelles.
Let us collect you from your arrival airport or train station to kick start your holiday in comfort and style.
Sat & Sun Ski Transfers
As well as Sunday to Sunday ski holidays, we also offer Sunday private transfers to Sainte Foy.
Not only will you avoid the busy Saturday changeover traffic and airport congestion, but you'll be able to ski on Saturday, the quietest day on the slopes!
Driving to Ste Foy: Top Tips
- The Col du Petit St Bernard and the Col de l'Iseran are closed in winter, despite what satellite navigation systems might say
- Please do not attempt to reach Sainte Foy via the Mont Blanc tunnel in winter as the Col (mountain pass) is closed due to the snow. This may also be the case when approaching from the Turin side of Italy.
- Please do not confuse Sainte Foy Ski Resort, known as Bonconseil, with Sainte Foy Village (Chef Lieu). The village is 4km down the road so when you reach this, you are not far from the resort!
Why Choose a Première Neige Transfer
Our English-speaking drivers are experienced at driving on the mountain roads, in winter conditions. Fully trained in putting on snow chains and in driving VW Caravelles, which carry 8 passengers plus plenty of luggage.
Your Première Neige driver knows the route through the mountains well and drives it often. So why not step off the aeroplane to be greeted by your chauffeur who will whisk you safely to resort?
Flying to Sainte Foy
There are four airports that you can fly to in order to get to the resort of Sainte Foy Tarentaise. When you arrive at your airport, you have the choice of driving, taking public transport or booking a Première Neige Transfer to your destination. All of the airports are within three hour's scenic drive of your luxury accommodation.
Booking your flights couldn't be simpler with our easy airport guide tables as below. Simply, decide on your destination airport, determine your nearest departure airport and follow the link to your chosen airline.
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Lyon Airport (LYS)
Lyon is the third largest city in France and has a very large airport (Aéroport Lyon Saint-Exupéry). It is located about 2 hours 45 minutes from Sainte Foy (213 km / 132 miles).
Suggested airlines serving Lyon airport:
|BMI Regional||Birmingham, Manchester|
|Easyjet||London Gatwick, London Stansted|
Public Transport from Lyon Airport to Sainte Foy Station
Coach: Altibus - Lyon Airport to Sainte Foy (approx 3 hours).
Train: Rail Europe - Lyon Airport to Bourg-Saint-Maurice direct (approx 3 hours). Lyon Airport to Bourg-Saint-Maurice, changing at Chambéry (approx 4 to 5 hours).
Grenoble Airport (GNB)
Grenoble Airport (Grenoble-Isère) is located around 2 hours 45 minutes from Sainte Foy (211km / 131 miles). The best driving route to Sainte Foy is often via Chambéry as it avoids driving through Grenoble which can be busy.
Suggested airlines serving Grenoble airport:
|Grenoble||Easyjet||Birmingham, Bristol, Edinburgh, Liverpool, London Gatwick, London Luton, London Stansted|
|Jet2||Leeds Bradford, Manchester|
|Monarch||Birmingham, Leeds Bradford, London Gatwick, Manchester|
Public Transport from Grenoble Airport to Sainte Foy Station
Coach: Agbus - Grenoble Airport to Bourg-Saint-Maurice (approx 2 hours and 45 minutes).
Train: Transisere and Rail Europe - Take a scheduled bus service into Grenoble town centre (45 minutes) then catch a train to Bourg-Saint-Maurice (approx 3 hours).
Chambéry Airport (CMF)
Chambéry Airport (Aéroport de Chambéry-Savoie) is just 1 hour 45 minutes from Sainte Foy by car (124 km / 77 miles). It currently operates during the winter months but is continuing to grow in both size and the number of flights being scheduled there.
Suggested airlines serving Chambéry Airport from December:
|Blue Islands||Guernsey, Jersey|
|Flybe||Birmingham, East Midlands, Exeter, Southampton|
|Jet2||East Midlands, Edinburgh, Leeds Bradford, Manchester, Newcastle|
Driving map from Chambéry to Sainte Foy
Heli-transfer: HeliJet operates helicopters and two to six-seater planes from Chambéry Airport for custom flights and connections between airports and ski resorts.
t: +33 (0)4 79 54 46 30
Public Transport from Chambéry Airport to Sainte Foy Station
Coach: Altibus - Chambéry Airport to Sainte Foy (approx 2 hours 15 minutes).
Train: You would need to take a taxi to Chambéry town centre train station (10km from the airport). Get the train to Bourg-Saint-Maurice and then from there, a taxi, bus or Première Neige Transfer will need to be arranged to get up to Sainte Foy.
Geneva Airport (GVA)
Geneva Airport is located in both Switzerland and France although it is easier to depart the airport from the Swiss side when travelling to Sainte Foy. The airport is around 2 hours 45 minutes from Sainte Foy (162 km / 100 miles).
Suggested airlines serving Geneva airport:
|Geneva||Aer Lingus||Cork, Dublin|
|BA||London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London City|
|Blue Islands||Guernsey, Jersey||Easyjet||Belfast Intl, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Bristol, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds Bradford, Liverpool, London Gatwick, London Luton, London Southend, London Stansted, Manchester, Newcastle|
|Flybe||Exeter, Inverness, Isle of Man, Jersey, Southampton|
|Jet2||Belfast Intl, East Midlands, Leeds Bradford, Manchester|
|Swiss||London City, London Gatwick, London Heathrow|
Public Transport from Geneva Airport to Sainte Foy Station
Coach: Alpski Bus - Geneva Airport straight to Sainte Foy Resort (Sainte Foy Station on their website when booking) (approx 2 hours 45 minutes). Check out their 2013/14 Schedule.
Train: Rail Europe - Geneva Airport to Bourg-Saint-Maurice via Chambéry (approx 3 to 4 hours depending on connections). The train station is below the airport and is clearly signed within the arrival terminal. All trains from the airport stop at Geneva town train station; it may be necessary to change at Geneva first and it is also necessary to pass through customs at this point so allow time for this if planning to travel from Switzerland to France on the train.