Air Corsica

Air Corsica is a French airline headquartered on the island of Corsica off the southern coast of mainland France. The airline was initially founded in 1989 as Compagnie Corse Mediterranee and then CCM Airlines in 2000 before adopting its current name in 2010. With its main base at Ajaccio Campo dell’Oro Airport, Air Corsica currently flies to 17 destinations primarily across France with a fleet of 10 aircraft. Although Air France holds a small stake in the airline, the majority shareholder is the regional government of Corsica. As well as its main base in Ajaccio, Air Corsica also has a number of other hubs across the island of Corsica including a secondary hub at Bastia.

*This information is correct as of April 2017

Why Fly with Air Corsica

How to Check in

Passengers catching flights with Air Corsica are able to check-in over the web or do things the traditional way by checking in at the airport. Those looking to check-in online can do so from 30 hours up to 30 minutes before scheduled departure times. However, be advised that a select few airport do not currently support checking in online including Charleroi and Toulon. If you would prefer to check-in at the airport in person, simply visit an Air Corsica counter to go through the check-in process.

Baggage Allowances and Fees

Travelers with Air Corsica are entitled to bring baggage as part of the fare, although how much you are allowed will depend on the aircraft you are flying on as well as your cabin class. Be sure to check directly with the airline for accurate information about baggage allowances on your flight. As well as complimentary checked baggage of either 1 or 2 bags up to 23kg each, travelers can also bring one item of hand baggage on flights with a limit of up to 8kg or 12kg depending on the aircraft. Excess baggage charges apply to those exceeding their allowance - rates vary according to your destination.

On Board Service

Passengers on board most Air Corsica flights excluding those under 30 minutes are served up complimentary beverages and snacks. In addition to this, those flying in the morning are served a breakfast which includes hot drinks, while on flights longer than 90 minutes travelers can enjoy hot and cold beverages alongside a range of snacks to stay rejuvenated during the journey.

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