Top reasons for setting up your business at Bordeaux Airport
- Bordeaux Airport is located in the world's best-known wine region. Bordeaux is one of France's top three tourist destinations.
- The airport is just 10 kilometres away from the city of Bordeaux, a spectacular regional capital at the gateway to south-western France.
- The airport lies at the heart of a dense, contemporary and accessible public transport network that is highly efficient and contributes to the region's economic success and tourist appeal. The infrastructure here offers fantastic links between Bordeaux and Paris and to almost all European capitals.
- The local population are proactive, mobile and open to new perspectives in air travel.
- The airport offers a wide range of services. It has proved itself capable of adapting to incoming and outgoing passenger needs, most notably by increasing the number of regular, low-cost flights.
- In 2018, Bordeaux Airport welcomed almost 8 million passengers and has seen more intensive growth than any other French airport in the past decade.
Bordeaux Airport is continuing to expand its airline network and is concentrating on major international destinations:
- the Americas: United States, Canada, The Caribbean, Argentina,
- Asia: China, Hong Kong, Japan,
- the Middle East: United Arab Emirates (Qatar, Oman, Jordan), Lebanon, Turkey,
- India: Mumbai,
- Africa: Senegal, Ivory Coast, Cape Verde, Madagascar, Mauritius, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia.
Bordeaux Airport already enjoys a prime position in the wider European network, and is looking to expand its horizons to encompass new routes such as:
- Reykjavik in Island,
- Tirana in Albania,
- Eilat in Israel,
- Kiev in Ukraine,
- Bremen, Hanover, Dresden and Leipzig in Germany,
- Cardiff, Jersey, Leeds, the East Midlands, Exeter and Newcastle in the UK,
- Valladolid and Santiago de Compostela in Spain, etc.
Our commitment and support
Bordeaux Airport works with airlines to secure mutually beneficial growth, and offers companies assistance and support:
- Providing data such as market studies, statistical analysis reports, route potential, etc.
- Business support, in particular by assisting airline teams on the ground and facilitating networking with local stakeholders via evening events and workshops.
- Marketing and communication support when a new route is launched or for a new service or event: first flights, press conferences, press releases, posters in the terminals, etc.