All these policies converge on the need for participation of the regions in the development and growth. However – "french paradox"-, the air service remains more focused on the Paris airports without that person there is, so far, to complain about. Yet, it is a situation unparalleled in Europe. When the Paris airports receive 90 million passengers per year, the second airport in France, Nice-CÃ´te d’Azur, is far behind with its 11.5 million passengers – just as Lyon-Saint-ExupÃ©ry, in third position, with only 8.5 million passengers. At the same time, in Spain, the traffic is balanced between major cities: Madrid: 39.5 million passengers, Barcelona: 35, Palma: 23, Malaga: 13. Similar situation in Italy with Rome: 41 million passengers and Milan: 36 million. In Germany, Frankfurt, the first airport, totalled 58 million passengers; behind, Munich, Berlin, DÃ¼sseldorf and Hamburg host each more passengers than Nice-CÃ´te d’Azur. An improvement of the quality of air service to airports in the French regions would yet be a direction of growth for the territories. Direct long-haul routes with the regions of France are essential for the tourist attractiveness – leisure and business – and for the creation of wealth and employment. The extreme concentration of the French on the capital air service is a major handicap, which is more exacerbated by the regime of traffic rights – which, when they are limited, naturally leads companies to choose to serve by preference Paris rather than region airports, even when the market and profitability are there. Alas, with international service from the regions of France necessarily through the Parisian hubs or even European, it is the major part of the application that volatilizes is assumed because of the constraints of correspondence travel longer, more tiring, more complicated and often more expensive. It is a part of the richness of our regions which is so wasted and which remains uncultivated. To meet the objectives set by the Government of tourism, growth and continuation of decentralization, it must therefore, as did before us other countries (such as the United Kingdom and the Italy), open the traffic rights for large airports in the region. In this context, the CÃ´te d’Azur and airports of Lyon – representing the first two french province airports serving also the most important regions in terms of GDP and tourism – offer to release growth deposits related to the development of long air routes – mail at the start of the regional metropolises. . For additional facts on this topic check http://e7cc4929ef05300569c09f778f901e.jantheiss.eu.
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