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Bordeaux by plane

Bordeaux by plane

Bordeaux-Mérignac Airport (IATA: BOD) (ICAO: LFBD), is west of the city. It is a regional airport which serves mostly domestic flights, though there are international flights as well connecting Bordeaux to some European "hub" airports like Paris (Orly and Roissy), London (Gatwick and Luton), Madrid, and Amsterdam. An express bus runs every 45 minutes to the city center, with stops on the demand. The same bus runs from Gare Saint Jean to the airport with three stops:
  • . Office du Tourisme 12, cours du 30 juillet
  • . Place Gambetta Arrêt 50-16-13 (devant le 38 & 39)
  • . Barrière Judaïque (devant le 9 avenue de la République)
  • The fare is 7€, but a reduced fare for those under 26 or over 60 is available for 6€. You can also take public transit (1.40€) from the airport to downtown. After you exit the airport "Arrivals" section, walk to the right and you will see a bus stop for route Number 1. This bus will take you directly to Gambetta (a short walk from the Hotel de Ville), or you can get off at "Lycée Mérignac" and take tramline A to the city centre.

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