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falcon7x smallThe VIP (DVIP) division is based on Nice-Côte-d'Azur airport (LFMN) since May 20, 2019, the main hub,  where are stationed the medium-sized, BBJ and large carriers of the VIP fleet after having been located since 25th July 2008 at Cannes-Mandeleiu which is the second business airport in France, after Le Bourget (secondary hub of the DVIP).  So the DVIP also keep an antenna and hangars located on Cannes-Mandelieu airport (LFMD) . A helicopter is also permanently stationed there to ensure VIP air shuttles between Cannes and Nice on demand.

The division offers a high end service to its most prestigious customers for specific event, such as Cannes Film Festival for example. A fleet of prestigious aircraft, from monoturbine to widebody (eg the TBM 850, Cessna C550 Citation II, Falcon 2000, Falcon 7X, EMB-145, Learjet 45, KingAir 350, BBJ B737-800 VIP, B777, B747 ACJ A319, A350...etc ...) as well as dedicated crews are available to meet their needs and carry them to wherever they wish.

The division operation is based on several available 24H24 flights (with our without prior booking), but also may operates for some occasional events and flash flights. In these cases, all necessary information will be communicated to crews through a briefing.

At Littoral we know the need for discretion and efficiency of our customers and our crews are trained to meet their expectations in the best conditions of satisfaction and comfort. It is nice to say that glory is not the key to happiness, however for the large majority of our customers celebrity does not bring only disappointments, on the contrary...

Nice flights to all!

The V.I.P. division administrator.

Facilities and Flying club organization

aro-club  lal4Organization :

The flying club organization is based on events, challenges, and fly'ins managed by its administrator.

The aero club is based on Muret-Lherm (LFBR) airfield. This airfield was only a grass strip in the fifties. Since then, many things have changed.

Facilities :

Opened to public air traffic in 1955, most of tourism aircraft can now utilize the runway, given the fact that they respect specific procedures related to airfield infrastructures.

The paved runway was built in 1971.

Since 1990, many technical improvements have been done to the field:

  • The paved runway length has been increased to 1,100 meters allowing twin engines aircraft to operate
  • Night flight equipment
  • Instrument approach and landing equipment
  • Landing visual helps were added

aeroclub structure 02 400x250The airfield perfectly fits with its environment. That’s why many organization now regularly use it: civil aviation training center, Toulouse Air Formation, Helicop’ Air, Clement Ader and Jean Mermoz aero clubs, microlight club, as well as private aircrafts.

Totally, 5o aircrafts are based in Muret, for more than 90,000 moves per year. 150 persons work there, and between 100 to 150 persons visit daily the site. The maintenance is ensured by Muret municipality. Apart from the paved runway, there are also two unpaved runways (grass). One is 825 x 50 m for light aircrafts, and the second one is 300 x 40 m for microlights.

Quelques caractéristiques :

  • Muret - Lherm (LFBR)
  • Altitude : 622ft - (23hPa)
  • Latitude : 43° 26' 57'' N
  • Longitude : 001° 15' 49'' N
  • Open to public air traffic
  • Runway 12/30 paved (1,100m x 30m)

Have great flights!

The Flying Club administrator

Facilities and P.A.X. division organization

a320There are four ways to fly for the PAX division:

  • Scheduled flights
  • Event flights
  • Free PAX flights
  • Free Littoral flights

Scheduled flights

You can choose to book or not your flight, but for some cases, booking may be mandatory. Once the flight has been done, you need to fill in a PIREP with the flight number, and, when applicable, the booking number that was given to you at the time of the booking.

Event flights

Event flights are flights that organized for some specific occasion. A dedicated flight number will be allocated and shared during the briefing of the flight. Here again, a booking may be mandatory prior to the flight.

Free PAX flights

Free PAX flights are all the flights that are neither a schedule flight, nor an event flight. However, they must link two airports that are used by the division. They will get the flight number LAP000.

Free Littoral flights

Similarly with other divisions of the company, it is possible to make a free flight between two airports, with at least one of them is not used by the division. The flight number for those flights is LAL000.

Please note that our objective is not to restrain your passion, however, only PIREPs that are filed on our website will be added to your flight log, thus contributing to your future promotions within Littoral Airlines.

Wishing you some pleasant flights under the flag of the PAX division.

The P.A.X. division administrator

Facilities and Cargo division organization

Structures Cargo


The Cargo Division activities are divided between events, and regular flights. On average, there is at least one event per week, based on some real events or fact (it can also be related to some recent news event). At the same time, pilots can chose one of the regular cargo flight.

Every cargo flight, regular or from an event either departs or arrive at one of the hub. It can be regional flight, short haul, medium haul or long haul flight.

The Cargo Division activities are divided between events, and regular flights. On average, there is at least one event per week, based on some real events or fact (it can also be related to some recent news event). At the same time, pilots can chose one of the regular cargo flight.

Cargo Division Hubs

The cargo division utilizes ten hubs, as follows :

  • Montpellier-Méditerranée (LFMT) for Western and Central Europe, as well as Maghreb countries.,
  • Chicago O’Hare (KORD) for North America,
  • Brasilia (SBBR) for South America,
  • Cayenne (SOCA) for South and Central America, as well as Caribbean area,
  • Nairobi (HKJK) for Eastern Africa, Arabic peninsula, Central Asia and Western Indian Ocean,
  • Douala (FKKD) for Western Africa down to South Africa,
  • Singapore (WSSS) for South East Asia, and Eastern Indian Ocean up to China Sea,
  • Tokyo-Haneda (RJTT) for Northern Asia,
  • Sydney (YSSY) for Western Pacific Ocean,
  • Tahiti Faa’a (NTAA) for Eastern Pacific ocean up to West coast of Americas.

Cargo Division fleet and maximum freight capacity

  • B747-400F => 122 685 kg
  • MD11F => 91 962 kg
  • B767-300 => 53 977 kg
  • B757-200PF => 39 800 kg
  • A300-600F => 48 293 kg
  • B737-700C => 17 554 kg
  • BAE 146-300QT => 11 715 kg
  • ATR 72-500F => 7 550 kg
  • DASH8-Q100 => 3 180 kg
  • DHC7 => 5 171 kg


The way of working of the division consists in the booking of a flight with a related freight quantity. It can be done either with a flight from one of the weekly event I propose, or from the regular flight list. The pilot is free to choose which flight he wants to do.

Flight scan be done whenever the pilot wants. However, once the booking is made, the flight has to be done within 48 hours. After 48 hours, the booking will be automatically canceled. In this case, the pilot is still free to renew his booking(s). Keep in mind that events are refreshed every week, so any booking which will not be completed when the event is closed will be totally canceled.

Another important thing to bear in mind is that the principle of the division is to carry some freight to a destination (from or to one of the hub). For the inbound flight, the pilot carries the freight according to the capacity of its aircraft. However, for the return flight, this is an empty flight allowing to bring back the aircraft to the hub. No freight is supposed to be carried. Although return flight are highly recommended, they are not mandatory. When doing the booking of the return flights, the mention freight quantity should be 0 kg. In some cases, it may be necessary to bring back some freight (for events), but this will be clearly mentioned in the event briefing.

Every week, a cargo event based on some real event will be proposed to pilots. All articles are accessible on this website (Divisions => Cargo=> Events).

Cargo flight numbers

All cargo flight numbers begin with “LAC”. The, the first figure indicates the kind of flight:

  • LAC1XX / LAC2XX / LAC3XX / LAC4XX: Regional flights
  • LAC5XX and LAC6XX: short haul flights
  • LAC7XX: medium haul flights
  • LAC8XX: long haul flights
  • LAC9XX: weekly event flight

Cargo flights consultation

On the website, go to the page “Divisions => Cargo => Tableau des vols” or “Divisions => Cargo => Evènement = > Tableau des events cargo”. From these pages you can get the number of the flight you want to do.

Cargo flight booking

  • visit company’s website
  • go to the page “Salle des opérations => réservation de vols”
  • fill in all the parts of the form, the last line included
  • in the case of a return flight, fiels “emport cargo” and “emport pax” will automatically be set at 0
  • confirm and send the booking
  • you can check that your booking is effective by consulting bookings list (“Salle des opérations => liste des réservations”)

Happy freighter flights!

The Freighter division administrator.

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Pilot in flight

Littoral key figures...

  • Cre: 115 pilot
  • Activit: 120134 flight
  • Flying Tim: 213664 hour
  • Covered distanc: 74106850 Nm

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