The airport was built in 1964 originally intended for private use for Baron Charles Boyer de Fonscolombe and his family.
In 1983, Saint-Tropez La Môle airport was officially classified as a category D airport, with the capability of serving business, private and national aviation flights.
In 1989 the airport was bought by a Finance company, Sud-Est JP Magnin and JJ Vaissiere, later called AGST.
The airport opened its first seasonal, international route between Saint-Tropez and Geneva in 1995, and then to Zurich in 1996.
Made famous in the 1950s by Brigitte Bardot (who still lives there), Saint-Tropez is still seen as a playground of the rich and famous. The Regatta, taking place each September, is a particular highlight to see some of the world's most glamorous visiting super yachts.
The airport is located between the towns of Cogolin and La Mole, situated on the south peninsula of the Cote D'Azur. Saint-Tropez La Môle airport is situated 15km Southwest of the resort of Saint Tropez.
Airport Codes: LFTZ / LTT
Elevation: 59 feet (18m)
Opening Hours: Extended opening hours on request between sunrise and sunset
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With its short runway and customs restrictions, St Tropez La Mole is ideally suited to small aircraft and short flights. If you do wish to depart or land at St Tropez airport, the PrivateFly team can advise on whether this is possible, based on your departure point, aircraft preference and group size.
St Tropez La Mole Airport is also very popular for helicopter flights and shuttles between destinations such as Nice and Monaco.