Take off for the festive season

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Following the government's announcements, passengers can now organise the festive season and book their flights.
Réseau fin 2020

It will be possible to travel in compliance with health measures at the end of 2020, to join family and friends, or to enjoy a moment of escape through the destinations served from Bordeaux.

The airport offers a programme of flights that will connect Aquitaine to the French territory and to Europe with a network of 33 destinations, as best as possible in view of the context. Services to the main French cities have been strengthened to facilitate reunions. 

14 airline companies are now offering the opportunity to travel from mid-December: Air France, Air Arabia, Chalair, easyJet, Iberia, KLM, Luxair, Royal Air Maroc, Ryanair, Tunisair, Tui, Transavia, Vueling, Volotea.

10 destinations in France


Fly to Corsica, Brest, Lille, Lyon, Marseille, Nice, Paris or Strasbourg.

The airlines have expanded their flight schedule from mid-December. Aquitans will thus be able to meet up with their loved ones and travel in complete safety, thanks to the health measures implemented by the airlines in collaboration with the airport. 


19 european destinations


19 destinations will be accessible in accordance with the health protocols of each country: Spain, the Canary Islands, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, the United Kingdom, the Czech Republic and Switzerland.

4 destinations en North Africa

Vue de Casablanca

Fly to Casablanca, Fez, Marrakech or Tunis.

A travel in compliance with French and European health measures

The airport and airline teams are always on hand to accompany and welcome you in the best possible conditions and in complete peace of mind with a secure passenger route, both in the terminals and on board the aircraft.

For all travel within the European Union, health measures are established according to the host country. When you purchase your tickets, the airlines or travel agents will guide you through the obligatory procedures before your trip (forms, PCR test, etc.). The companies put in place special conditions to give their passengers more flexibility in organising their trips.

The government updates information and recommendations by country in real time on the diplomatie.gouv website.
A screening center run by Bordeaux University Hospital and the Regional Health Agency is open in Hall A from 9am to 5pm for all passengers with proof of flight, in order to carry out the mandatory PCR tests when travelling to certain countries. 

Good to know: all flights will be operated from Hall A.

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