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The port is also the main point of departure for ferries to England. The town's name was originally spelled Courcelles, but it changed to Courseulles after World War II because of the many anti-French sentiments in Britain at that time.Courseulles-sur-Mer has a small airport called Aéroport de Caen - Carpiquet (IATA: CFR) with connections to Southampton and London City Airport in England, Amsterdam Schiphol Airport and Eindhoven Airport in the Netherlands as well as seasonal flights from Dublin, Ireland during summer months.The nearest major international airport is at Cherbourg some 45 km away; however Bournemouth International Airport (100 km), Paris Charles de Gaulle International Airports (250km) or Lille Europe are all within easy reach by car or rail services via Le Havre which can be reached by train from either Paris Gare du Nord station or Rouen station on one hour direct trains daily.