Albert Picardie Airport (Albert Picardy Airport) is a regional airport located four kilometres southeast of Albert, in Bray-sur-Somme, France. The airport serves as a gateway to several major industries in the region, notably those in the manufacturing and engineering, plastic and food processing sectors. Albert Picardie is used frequently by French aircraft manufacturer, Airbus for the transportation of aircraft components from the company's nearby Méaulte factory. As a result, the airport's runway is large enough to accommodate jet aircraft, including Airbus' Beluga, a custom-built cargo aircraft used for ferrying aircraft parts. Albert Picardie also handles general aviation traffic and is equipped to handle commercial services. Société d’Exploitation Aéroport Albert Picardie (SEAAP) operate the airport.
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