COVID-19 information :
the rules applied to air travel
Since 1 February, any entry into France and any exit from our territory to or from a country outside the European Union has been prohibited, except for compelling reasons.
Within the European Union, travel is possible in compliance with health measures.
Overseas travel is only authorised for compelling reasons.
Please note: As of 20 March, a curfew is in place between 11pm and 6am. If you have to travel during the curfew, do not forget to bring your plane ticket and the travel certificate downloadable here.
All flights are operated from Hall A. Hall B and Terminal billi are currently closed.
Covid-19 antigenic testing :
only for passengers on KLM flights to Amsterdam
The testing center at Bordeaux Airport now offers free antigenic tests from 9am to 11am (results in 20-30 minutes), EXCLUSIVELY for passengers travelling from KLM to Amsterdam.
Please note: KLM flights to Amsterdam require proof of a PCR test less than 24 hours old (for PCR tests older than 24 hours, an antigen test must also be performed no later than 24 hours before arrival in the Netherlands).
PCR tests remain available for passengers from all other destinations.
Health measures :
the protection of our passengers is our No. 1 priority
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).
COVID-19 information : the rules applied to air travel
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)