In order to protect yourself and others, both passengers and visitors are asked to observe the safety distance of 1 metre and to wear a facemask in any parts of airport terminal buildings as well as on any airport buses and shuttle.
All passengers must wear a single-use surgical-type mask (FFP1, FFP2 or FFP3) upon boarding. (Decree n°2020-860 of 10 July 2020 - article 11 paragraph IV).
Passenger information :
all flights are operated in Halls A and B
• Check-in: for Air Arabia, Air Transat, Aegean Airlines, Iberia, Luxair, Ryanair, Tunisair, Vueling and Volotea
• Arrivals of all controlled international flights (regardless of airline) and some domestic flights
• Check-in: for Air France, Chalair, easyJet and KLM airlines
• All domestic flights
Passenger information : all flights are operated in Halls A and B
Access and transport
The terminals are open between 4.30 am and 11.30pm, depending on flight schedules. There are lots of ways to get to Bordeaux Airport. Buses, train station shuttle, taxis and car rental firms provide all the transport services you need.
There are lots of ways to get to Bordeaux Airport. Buses, train station shuttle, taxis and car rental firms.
There are three broad categories: production, distribution and incoming.
Production is handled by tour operators (TOs), who design and develop packages or personalised trips for their clients.
Distribution refers to selling flights or accommodation. This is done online or in agencies by TOs. These sales can be supplemented with extra add-on services (car hire, insurance, tours, etc.).
Finally, incoming agencies are professionals who take care of visitors once they arrive at their destination. They develop sight-seeing packages, day trips and longer stays for travel agency clients. (Source: referentiel.atout-france.fr/secteur/organisation-de-voyages)