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⚠️ Our measures against Covid-19: Latest information ⚠️

AIR CORSICA has implemented a series of measures to limit the spread of the Covid-19 since the beginning of the pandemic. This system is regularly re-evaluated in order to be adapted to the current health situation. The safety and health of our passengers and staff remain our top priority.

A HEALTH PASS IS MANDATORY ON ALL OUR FLIGHTS

A health pass is mandatory for travel on all our flights from Monday 09/08/2021.

This health pass concerns all persons aged 12 and over and will be mandatory for all air travel. From now on, it will be necessary to be tested, vaccinated or immunised and to be able to prove it to travel on our routes. The necessary documents can be presented at boarding in paper form or digitally via the Tous Anti Covid (TAC) application. The following health documents are required:

  • Vaccination certificate (2 doses + 7 days except Janssen: 1 dose + 28 days).
    or
  • Certificate of vaccination (1 dose + 7 days if covid19 contamination).
    or
  • RT-PCR test less than 24 hours old.
    or
  • Antigenic test less than 24 hours old detecting the N protein of SARS-CoV-2.
    or
  • A certificate of recovery for people who have already contracted Covid. This proof consists of a positive RT-PCR or antigenic test result performed more than 11 days and less than 6 months prior to travel (this is the test result you had performed at the time you reported the illness) 

And for flights to Corsica :

A declaration on honour that you have no symptoms. For minors, the parent fills in the certificate on behalf of the child and signs for him/her at the end, indicating "the mother" or "the father".
If these documents are not presented, the passenger will be refused boarding. Self-tests are not accepted for travel.

More information on health measures

About Air Corsica

Public Service at the heart of the Air Corsica's business

First air transportation service on the beautiful island, Air Corsica was created in 1989 by the Corsican Assembly to give the island control of its air transport. With a primary Public Service mission on the twelve existing routes between the four Corsican airports (Ajaccio, Bastia, Calvi and Figari) and Marseilles, Nice and Paris-Orly, Air Corsica is also dedicated to the continual widening of its network to offer islanders new horizons in the mainland and Mediterranean basin.

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A company in constant development

Air Corsica is a Semi-Public Limited Company with a capital of €15 015 520 whose majority shareholder is the Corsican Regional Authority and whose governance is guaranteed by a Supervisory Board representing the shareholders and a Board of Directors responsible for ensuring the daily management of the company.

After their first flights in June 1990, Air Corsica, first named Compagnie Corse Méditerranée (the Corsican Mediterranean Company) then CCM Airlines, has never stopped developing its area of activity, network, fleet, experience and skills to become a major company in the island’s current economic landscape.


Air Corsica fleet and network

With a fleet of 11 aeroplanes (5 Airbus A320s with 180 seats and 6 ATR72-500s with 70 seats), 660 permanent employees, headquarters in Ajaccio, a secondary maintenance base in Bastia and three airport stopovers in Marseilles, Nice and Paris-Orly, the Air Corsica company currently serves 16 different airports with 30 annual seasonal routes that are primarily domestic, and also international such as Brussels Sud-Charleroi airport, Belgium. This represents about 1.6 million passengers transported every year.

Air Corsica authorised for technical maintenance and training

Authorised PART145 in 1993, the company conducts its own maintenance on the aeroplanes with qualified staff, and has an ATO training centre for initial training and skills’ support for Air Corsica pilots and mechanics located at Bastia.

With close historical links to Air France, the two companies enjoy a close partnership mainly for serving routes between Corsica, and Paris-Orly and CDG.


An independent company with a strong identity

Since winter 2016, Air Corsica has been completely commercially autonomous thanks to their membership in the BSP (Billing Settlement Plan) and their website for online electronic ticket sales. Their main objective from now on is to position themselves, in a context of fierce competition from low-cost airlines, as an extremely reliable company with accessible rates but with free high quality service making all the difference. With a fundamental defining feature : to claim their Corsican identity loudly and clearly before everything else !