It mainly offers flights to metropolitan destinations in Europe and North Africa and serves as a base for EasyJet, Ryanair and Volotea airlines.
The airport consists of three terminals: Terminal A hosts international flights, Terminal B is dedicated to Air France traffic between Paris and Bordeaux while Terminal Billi is a separate facility for low-cost carriers.
There are many ways to reach Bordeaux airport: buses, shuttle bus to the train station, taxis and car rental companies provide all the transport services you will need.
The terminals are open from 04:30 to 23:30, depending on flight schedules.
The 30’Direct offers a direct service lasting an average of 30 minutes between Bordeaux Airport and Saint-Jean train station, providing passengers with an easy connection between two of the region’s main transport hubs.
The 30’Direct shuttle departs from Hall B of Bordeaux Airport and arrives at Hall 2 of Bordeaux Saint-Jean train station. The shuttles operate every day of the year, including public holidays. They are equipped with air conditioning and free Wi-Fi on board and are accessible to passengers with reduced mobility.
By purchasing your return ticket online, you can obtain a 10% discount. Please note that the service is free of charge for children under 5 years of age.
By downloading the Zenbus application, you can locate the shuttle in real time on a very precise map of the transport network. This will allow you to know the exact waiting time, as well as instantaneous route information such as interruptions and road works, delays and traffic delays.
Access to Bordeaux airport by bus is via Lianes 1+, which serves the city centres of Bordeaux and Mérignac, as well as the railway station, and offers connections to the city’s tram lines.
The Lianes 1+ bus line provides a fast connection between Saint-Jean station and Bordeaux airport. It also provides direct access to the centre of Bordeaux and Mérignac and to the entire hotel complex located near the airport. The bus stop is located at Hall B, at Gate 7.
The line allows other connections with public transport in the city:
Taxis are available every day, from the first to the last flight of the day. The taxi rank is located outside Hall A.
There are several companies and your transfer can be booked in advance. An average trip to the city centre costs about 30€ in the daytime and 45€ at night.
Below you can see real-time departure and arrival times at Bordeaux Airport.
Private transfers (or shared) are an excellent alternative to public transport at a slightly higher cost, especially if you are traveling in a group. Unlike the buses that follow a predefined route, making stops only where foreseen, the transfers are at your disposal and will take you directly to your destination, avoiding further transfers with luggage in tow. In particular, private transfers for exclusive use are comparable to a taxi service. You can book a taxi or rental with driver at Bordeaux Airport using the link below.
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Below is a list of recommended hotels near Bordeaux Airport.
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