Toulouse is constantly growing and its numerous tourist attractions will be offering new activities in 2020.
This relationship and its ensuing exchanges are set to be boosted further by the arrival of Air Canada in June 2020.
Airbus has launched a very long-range version of the A321: the A321 XLR, a version with an even longer range than that of the A321 LR (Long Range).
Tel Aviv, Budapest, Luxembourg, Tangier, Oujda: the airport offers an even broader choice of destinations from the “Pink City”.
With an ever-growing list of destinations departing from the Pink City, the summer season is looking bright.
Having been officially recognised as the European capital of aeronautics and space activities, Toulouse is diversifying its expertise in terms of transport and its innovation strategy.
In Toulouse and its surrounding region, we like to party.
The Andorran Pyrenees are getting ready to host the 2019 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup from 11 to 17 March.
Located in the north-western part of greater Toulouse is poised to become an important driver for economic growth in the region.