Deauville Normandie airport

Situated at less than 2 hours from Paris, the airport with its 2550-m track is suitable to manage medium-haul traffic, regular lines, charters, horse airline freight and private aviation.

Deauville Normandie airportDR
Aéroclub Deauville


With Ryanair from March 31st to October 27th 2017 : 2 flights per week (on Monday and Friday)
The Stansted airport is situated at about 60 km from the city-centre of London, 45 to 50 minutes from the city by car or by train.
Bus connections to Victoria's Station (about 1 hour) or train connections to the Liverpool Street railway station are provided by the Stansted Express. The railway station is situated under the Standsted airport.
Single fare from € 19.99. For information and booking, contact your travel agency or visit


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Horse airline freight at the Deauville Normandie airport

The Deauville-Normandie airport receives every year about one hundred horses:

- horses coming from Ireland or England and reaching Deauville to participate to summer races;
- brood mares and their foals going back to local stud farms after a stay in America or in Britain.

The Deauville airport was approved as a Border inspection post of the equestrian sector, suitable for receiving horses coming from non-Schengen countries under the Departmental directorate for the protection of populations (ex. veterinary services) since the beginning of July 2013.

The Deauville airport is equipped with:
- a checkpoint and a temporary horse transit area composed of 10 boxes for horses;
- an access ramp for horses, suitable for Boeing 737 and Airbus A310 units.

Deauville flying club


The Deauville flying club or ACDEAUVILLE proposes a great variety of activities linked to the aeronautical field, especially including flight training on different planes (from the easiest to the most difficult to pilot) and first flights to discover the region from the air: for 30 minutes, you’ll discover the Seine bay, the Normandy bridge… and you’ll be trained by a professional or amateur club pilot, flying throughout the year.


All information here