You are planning a weekend or a business trip to Caen and are looking for a private jet rental at the best price? AEROAFFAIRES is your specialist since 1991.
Open to national and international traffic, commercial and private aircrafts, Caen Carpiquet Airport is Normandy’s leading airport. AEROAFFAIRES tells you with everything you need to know to travel peacefully.
At AEROAFFAIRES, we have chartered more than 20,000 private aircrafts and conquered more than 95,000 passengers. All our devices are certified for Public Transport to guarantee your safety.
Light air taxi for one to four people, helicopter, commercial plane for a group of VIPs… our experts are at your disposal 24 hours a day to find the aircraft that is best for you.
In addition, the SkyCO2 program designed by AEROAFFAIRES offsets 100% of the CO2 emissions produced by each private flight. We work with South American forest reforestation associations to make our beautiful planet last.
Ready to book your private jet? Contact us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on +33 (0) 1 44 09 91 82.
Location & access
Caen Airport is located in the department of Calvados, in the region of Normandy. It is 16-minute drive from the city of Caen and 2h40 from Paris.
AEROAFFAIRES is happy to book a vehicle with driver on your request. Whatever the type of car you prefer (Mercedes S-Class, VIANO, Limousine), its driver will be waiting for you on your arrival and will be at your disposal throughout your stay.
Airport facilities open from 5am to 10pm.
Caen Airport coordinates are:
- Airport code : LFRK
- Latitude: 173N
- Longitude: 450W
- Altitude: 78 m
- Runway length: 1900 m
Its longest runway is 1900 metres long and is paved in tarmac, allowing it to accommodate turboprop aircrafts, light, medium and long-haul private jets, as well as regional and commercial planes. The airport also has two grassy runways for recreational aviation.
History of Caen Airport
The Caen- Carpiquet air base was inaugurated in 1939 but was taken over by the Luftwaffe in 1940. The runway was then lengthened and concreted by the Germans. The airfield was liberated after the Battle of Normandy and was then rebuilt by the French Air Force.