Bordeaux Airport Terminals

Bordeaux Airport has three terminals: Hall A, Hall B and the Billi Terminal. Your arrival or departure terminal depends on your airline company.

Halls A and B are on two floors, the upper floor for departures and the ground floor for arrivals. Arrivals and departures in the Billi Terminal are on the same floor. Hall A, Hall B and Terminal billi are open between 4am and 11.30pm*.

*The airport reserves the right to modify these schedules without notice according to the evolution of the flight schedule.

Hall A

Hall A

A large majority of flights at Bordeaux Airport operate from Hall A, for such airlines as: Aegean Airlines, Aer Lingus, Air Algérie, British Airways, Iberia, KLM, Royala Air Maroc, Swiss, TUI, Volotea, Vueling, etc.

Many services are available in both departures and arrivals, including catering facilities, shops, a currency exchange and car rental etc.

Relax in the comfort of a waiting lounge in the boarding area before your flight. Open 7 days a week from the first to the last flight of the day, this lounge offers a wide selection of drinks and snacks, a newsagent, a reading and television corner and a workspace with Wi-Fi. Remember to book before you leave.

NB: Due to exceptional circumstances, most Ryanair flights are being handled via Hall A during the expansion phase of the billi Terminal. Remember to check the flight schedule and the information screens before your departure.

Hall B

Hall B - aéroport de Bordeaux

Hall B is dedicated to the arrivals and departures of Air France.

You will find shops and catering facilities, as well as other free access services such as ATMs, a photo booth, a letter box etc.

Air France has a waiting lounge in the boarding area that is accessible to eligible customers in compliance with the company's loyalty policy.

Hall B also offers an unobstructed view of the runways while you wait in the boarding lounge.

billi Terminal

Terminal billi

The billi Terminal provides streamlined services for the flights of the following low-cost airline companies: easyJet, Wizz Air and  Ryanair.

While waiting for your flight, take advantage of the catering facilities, shops and currency exchange. You will also find ATMs in the boarding lounge and at arrivals after baggage claim.

Work in progress

The billi Terminal is currently undergoing modernisation and expansion to improve its capacity, while staying true to its tried-and-tested business model so that passengers can still travel at reduced prices.

To know

The billi Terminal is currently being expanded, so for this reason, and during this period, Ryanair flights are mainly operating from Hall A. Remember to check the flights schedule and the information screens before your departure.

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