Aéroport Paris - Beauvais

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The Paris-Beauvais airport is more than 50 low-cost destinations!
During World War I, the terrain of the Aéroport de Beauvais was used by fighter planes. Then in 1931, the roclub of the Beauvaisis was born. Its development was improved during the Second World War and used the end of it by the Allies.
In 1956, the Beauvais Airport opened to commercial traffic with a first line to England.
Terminal 1 was built in 1980 to accommodate the passengers of the airport and in 1997, Ryanair, the Irish low-cost airline, settled in Beauvais by creating the Beauvais - Dublin line.
The Beauvais-Till Airport is ranked 10th in France in terms of number of passengers with 3.7 million passengers in 2011.
Terminal 2 was established in December 2012 to facilitate the flow of passenger flows and therefore to better accommodate them.

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