Which airports fly to Corsica from UK?
Corsican Places are pleased to offer you several direct flights to Corsica from a wide choice of UK airports over the summer season (April – October).
- London Stansted. Stansted is Britain’s third-busiest airport, offering flights to more than 160 destinations in over 30 countries.
- London Gatwick.
- London Heathrow.
Which airlines fly direct to Corsica from UK?
easyJet and British Airways fly direct from London to Bastia – Corsica.
What airlines fly into Corsica?
Currently, there are 10 airlines that fly to Ajaccio (Corsica).
- Air Corsica (XK)12 routes to AJA.
- Volotea (V7)11 routes to AJA.
- Air France (AF)8 routes to AJA.
- easyJet (U2)6 routes to AJA.
- Transavia (TO)3 routes to AJA.
- TUI Fly (TB)2 routes to AJA.
- Shaheen Air (NL)1 route to AJA.
- Luxair (LG)1 route to AJA.
Can you go to Corsica from UK?
There are weekly direct flights to Bastia and Ajaccio from principal airports in the UK, and other European cities throughout the summer season. For Bastia airport there are three flights with easyjet every Sunday during the high season; two from London Gatwick and one from Manchester.
Can you fly direct from UK to Corsica?
An average direct flight from the United Kingdom to Corsica takes 13h 01m, covering a distance of 866 miles. The most popular route is London – Ajaccio with an average flight time of 7h 05m.
Can you fly directly to Corsica?
Air France and Air Corsica operate direct flights to Corsica from the French mainland all year round.
Is Corsica or Sardinia better?
Both islands are better visited in May or June. Corsica is slightly more expensive than Sardinia, both islands really are Italianate in flavour. (Corsica is not really French at heart but a very individual island with an Italian feel). The traditional food in Corsica is very hearty, wild boar stews, etc.
How many days do you need in Corsica?
You can spend as long as you want Corsica as there is so much to see (we spent 10 days but I could have easily stayed there all summer…). I’d advise going for at least 14 days if you want to go around the WHOLE island.
What is the best time to visit Corsica?
The best time to visit Corsica is Sep as the temperature is warm enough for the beach but cool enough for walking. May and Jun are also great as the maquis (the dense, scented scrub covering lowland Corsica) is in blossom, and the sea is just heating up.
Which airport does British Airways fly to in Corsica?
We fly to Bastia – Poretta Airport (BIA) and Figari Sud-Corse Airport (FSC) on the island, departing once a week from London Heathrow (LHR). Flights to Corsica (BIA and FSC) | Book now with British Airways
How far is Corsica from London by plane?
Flights to Corsica Uncover France’s treasured island Flight time from London 2 hrs 30 mins Distance from London 799 miles Corsica Remove 1 AdultAdd 1 AdultRemove 1 Young adultAdd 1 Young adultRemove 1 ChildAdd 1 ChildRemove 1 InfantAdd 1 InfantReturningAdd a returnClear fieldPlease enter your passenger numbers and Confirm.
Where do your flights depart from in Bastia?
Our flights depart from London. Bastia airport is in the north of the island, near Bastia, the island’s second biggest city. Figari airport is in the south of the island, near Bonifacio and Porto Vecchio.
What are the extra services included in a British Airways ticket?
Discover our flights, our schedule, our offers, our extra services free of charge :checked and hand baggage, management of your booking and online check-in, seat selection and snack onboard.