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Chambéry

(shäNbārē`), town (1990 pop. 55,603), capital of Savoie dept., E France, in the Alpine trough. It is a communications and commerce center as well as a railway and air transport hub. Manufactures include metals and construction materials. An archiepiscopal see from the 5th cent., it was the capital of Savoy from 1232 to 1562. Among its old edifices is a 16th-century cathedral.

Chambéry

 

a city in southeastern France, in the Savoy Alps. Capital of Savoie Department. Population, 88,000 (1975). Chambéry has machine-building, chemical, textile, food-processing, leather, wood-products, and glass industries.

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Career Education Corporation (CEC) (NASDAQ: CECO), a global provider of postsecondary education programs and services, today announced that it has assumed operation of ESC Chambery, a business school in the French Alps, incorporating it into its Paris-based INSEEC Group of schools.
Julian Carr, the airline managing director, said, 'We are delighted to be operating cheap flights to Toulouse and Chambery from East Midlands Airport.
Ms Gordon said she decided to stay in Chambery Airport, which serves as an national hub for many ski destinations, rather than travel to the nearby accommodation centre.
99 per person and free ski carriage, while Chambery and Geneva flights from East Midlands are offered on sale from GBP36.
During the ski season the carrier expects to carry over 15,000 passengers to Chambery and Toulouse.
bmibaby flies to Toulouse, Chambery and Geneva from East Midlands Airport up to twice a week and also flies to Geneva from Birmingham up to twice a week.
For a limited period, the low cost airline is offering customers the chance to take their skis or boards for free with all flights booked to Geneva, Chambery and Toulouse.
AMATEURS Chambery continued their amazing French Cup run this week, defeating Sochaux 2-1 to knock out a Ligue 1 side for the third match running and reach the quarter-finals.
CRAWLEY, England, November 26, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- British Airways is extending its route network from London City Airport this winter with a new flight from London to Chambery, the gateway to the French Alps.
Flights to Chambery will depart on Mondays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays with flights from the French ski destination back to London on Mondays, Tuesdays, Saturdays and Sundays.