Rodez–Marcillac Airport

Rodez–Aveyron Airport (IATA: RDZ, ICAO: LFCR) is a growing airport, located on the territory of the commune of Salles-la-Source approximately 10 km outside the centre of Rodez, the departmental capital of Aveyron, France. It has one international runway of 2,100m in length, as well as a second, small runway of 800m in length. It is an ideal airport for reaching the departments of Aveyron, Tarn, Tarn-et-Garonne, Lot, Hérault, Gard, Lozère, and Cantal. It is the 25th French-Metropolitan airport.

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Rodez

Rodez (French: [ʁo.dɛs]; Occitan: Rodés [ruˈðes]) is a town and commune in the South of the France, northeast of Toulouse. It is the prefecture of the department of Aveyron in the region of Midi-Pyrénées. Rodez is the seat of the Communauté d'agglomération du Grand Rodez, of the First Constituency of Aveyron as well as of the general Council of Aveyron. Former capital of the Rouergue, the city is seat of the Diocese of Rodez and Vabres. Its inhabitants are called Ruthénois, from the name of the Ruteni, a Gallic tribe which once occupied the territory, the former demonym of "Rodanois" (from Occitan rodanés) having given way to this scholarly form.

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