Where can you fly to from Bordeaux this winter?
With the autumn holidays over, the winter flight programme is just beginning at Bordeaux Airport. With links to no less than 17 countries and 8 inter-continental hubs, Bordeaux is consolidating its position as a primarily international airport with 60% of flights to and from foreign destinations. Passengers departing from Bordeaux can escape for a break to Morocco or Hungary, a cultural trip to Berlin, London or Prague, or a getaway to the sunny skies of Guadeloupe or the Canary Islands. This upswing in activity confirms the attractiveness and vibrancy of the region, in addition to the effectiveness of the health strategy that the airport has put in place to provide both airlines and passengers with the reassurance they require.
Passengers from the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region will be able to choose from a wide range of business and leisure destinations for the coming winter season.
In addition to flights to 11 French cities, a new long-haul flight to Pointe-à-Pitre in Guadeloupe (overseas France) is now being operated by the French airline Corsair, and flights to Montpellier have re-opened with Chalair, offering 11 new opportunities to renew ties and develop business between French regions.
Multiple weekly flight schedules facilitate access to 32 European cities for cultural trips to places such as Budapest, Brussels, Krakow, Dublin, Lisbon, Berlin, Prague and Rome.
This network also allows the gradual re-opening of long-haul flights thanks to connections via Europe’s inter-continental hubs: Amsterdam, Casablanca, Frankfurt, Madrid, Paris Charles-de-Gaulle, Lisbon, London Heathrow and Zurich.
6 destinations served directly from Bordeaux also provide plenty of opportunity to travel to Morocco this winter: Casablanca, Essaouira, Fes, Marrakesh, Tangier and the new winter route to Agadir.
In response to growing demand for nature and the great outdoors, the winter programme includes numerous flights to the Canary Islands: Fuerteventura, Lanzarote and Tenerife.
Since the start of the health crisis, Bordeaux Airport has been actively committed to adapting to the situation and pursuing its aim to “facilitate travel”. To date, the situation has enabled a smooth recovery in air travel, thanks in particular to the generalisation of the health pass and the acceleration in the opening of international borders. Bordeaux Airport is nevertheless maintaining a high level of vigilance and continuing to implement the necessary measures in compliance with health regulations.
An RT-PCR and antigen test centre is located in Hall A of the airport. These tests are available for incoming and outgoing passengers at the airport, with or without appointment.
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