Rennes Bretagne Airport
Created in 1933, Rennes Bretagne Airport serves destinations all year round with direct regular flights to France and Europe as well as international connecting flights. In 2019, Rennes airport welcomed 856,791 passengers and transported 8,700 tonnes of goods. In 2020, the track is getting a makeover, major renovations and securing of the track are taking place.
> In France:
Paris Roissy-CDG (Air France), Lyon (Air France, easyJet), Marseille (Air France/Transavia, Volotea), Nice (Air France, easyJet), Toulouse (Transavia), Montpellier (Transavia), Ajaccio (Air France), Calvi (Air France), Figari (Air France), Biarritz (Air France).
> In Europe:
Amsterdam (Air France), Genève (easyJet), Porto (easyJet), Francfort (Lufthanca), Londres (easyJet), Jersey (Blue Islands)
Many destinations to Europe and the world are available by correspondence from Rennes.
Rennes is also the 8th regional French freight platform.
Since 2010, the Rennes and Dinard airports operating company, in which VINCI Airports is a 49% shareholder alongside the CCI Ille-et-Vilaine, has been the concessionaire of the two airports for a period of 14 years and 10 months. .
Aéroport Rennes Bretagne
35091 Rennes cedex 9
Tel.: +33 (0)2 99 29 60 00
About vinci airports
VINCI Airports, one of the 5 main international players in the airport sector, ensures the development and operation of 45 airports in 12 countries (France, Portugal, United Kingdom, Sweden, Cambodia, Japan, United States, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Chile, Brazil). Served by more than 250 airlines, the VINCI Airports platform network welcomed more than 255 million passengers in 2019.
Thanks to its expertise as a global integrator and the commitment of its 12,000 employees, VINCI Airports develops, finances, builds and operates airports by providing its investment capacity, its international network and its know-how in the optimization management and performance of existing platforms, extension projects or complete construction of airport infrastructure. In addition, Vinci Airports is improving the passenger experience through innovation and focusing on positive mobility. Also, environmental protection is an essential factor that the group takes into account in its development and through which Vinci Airports is committed. For 4 years, when it signed the AirPact in 2015, Vinci Airports has reduced the carbon footprint of airports by 20% and is committed to halving it by 2030, and making it neutral by 2050.
In 2017, its total managed turnover amounted to 3.2 billion euros, for a consolidated turnover of 1.4 billion euros. All information on www.vinci-airports.com
about CCI Ille et Vilaine
Led by elected business leaders, the CCI Ille-et-Vilaine represents the economic interests of the 40,000 companies (businesses, industries or service companies) in its territory. It sets up a set of actions whose objective is to allow each company to develop its activity and its projects. Thanks to its proximity to businesses and local authorities, the CCI Ille-et-Vilaine masters local economic issues and can support and defend developments in its territory. By becoming heavily involved in the management and management of Rennes and Dinard airports, the CCI Ille-et-Vilaine contributes to the attractiveness and development of an environment conducive to the company and the creation of activities. More informations on www.ille-et-vilaine.cci.fr.
In 2022, SEARD achieves a score of 100/100 by indicator as follows: - Compensation gap indicator: 40- Individual increase rate gap indicator: 35- Return from maternity leave indicator: 15- High pay indicator: 10
The guide to airport charges lists all the charges applicable at Rennes airport.
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implant your company at the airport
It is possible to implant your structure (company, association ...) at the airport.
For this, you can consult the document listing the areas available for rent by clicking on this link :
Download the census of the surfaces available for rent
Contact : Stéphane Carlo - firstname.lastname@example.org
You can send in applications (for jobs, internships, work experience under a sandwich course, etc.) to the following address :
Rennes Bretagne Airport
BP 29 155
35091 Rennes Cedex 9
E-mail : email@example.com