Departures Montpellier-Frejorgues (MPL)Departures flight plan for Friday, July 10, 2020*
Arrivals Montpellier-Frejorgues (MPL)Arrivals flight plan for Friday, July 10, 2020*
9 Flight routes from & to Montpellier (MPL)
easyJet (U28054, U28058, U28056, U22030, U22028), British Airways (BA337)
easyJet (U28053, U28057, U28055, U22029, U22027), British Airways (BA336)
- URL: Montpellier-Frejorgues (MPL)
- Time zone: GMT 1
- Service telephone: +33 (0) 4 67 20 85-00
- Address: Montpellier Méditerranée Airport, CS 10 001, 34137 Mauguio Cedex , France
- Operating company: Chambre de Commerce et d?Industrie de Montpellier
- Parking: Yes, about 2400 short and long-term spaces
- Nearby cities: Montpellier (7 km), Nîmes (42 km)
- Directions by car: A9/E80 to Montpellier-Est, the airport is then signposted
- Stations: Daily shuttle connections operated by TAM to Montpellier main railway station; connections to the SNCF and the TGV railway network.
- Flight distribution on the days of the week: Monday (16.14%), Tuesday (14.62%), Wednesday (14.65%), Thursday (15.12%), Friday (17.26%), Saturday (9.43%), Sunday (12.78%)
- Alternative spelling: Montpellier-Frejorgues, Montpelhièr, Montpeller, Montpelyiér, Монпелье, Манпелье, Монпелие, Μονπελιέ, Monpeljē, Монпельє, Монпелије, मॉंटपेलीयर, מונפלייה, مونبيلييه, مونپلیه, مونبلييه, モンペリエ, มงแปลีเย, 蒙庇利埃, 蒙彼利埃, มงแปลีเย, 몽펠리에
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Montpellier airport is about 4 miles southwest of the city centre, directly on the Gulf d’Aigues-Mortes. By car take the A9/E80 to exit no. 29 Montpellier Est, the airport is then signposted.
The airport Montpellier-Méditerranée was founded in 1938, shortly before the outbreak of the Second World War, under the old name of Fréjorgues. In the war the French Air Force used the airport. During the occupation of France, the airport was bombed twice: on 27th January and on 27 th May 1944 by the German armed forces. After the end of the war the damage was quickly repaired and in 1946 air traffic could be resumed. With the rapid development of the aviation industry at the beginning of the 1960s, passenger numbers in Montpellier increased quickly. In the fiscal year of 1990 more than 1 million passengers were counted and the new terminal consequently expanded. Finally, in 1994 the airport was renamed Montpellier-Méditerranée.