Bordeaux has experienced an awakening in the last decade. Thanks to renovated renaissance legacy, Bordeaux was officially included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007 mainly as a result of its unique architectural style and well-preserved examples. With exceptional dining culture, high quality wines and an exciting night-life, it is no surprise that Bordeaux receives almost 6 million visitors annually. Like any other major city, Garonne River flows through the center of Bordeaux, providing a great atmosphere.
Bordeaux-Merignac Airport serves the city of Bordeaux.
Bordeaux-Merignac Airport is located in the community of Merignac and only 12 kilometers far from Bordeaux. The airport received 5.750.000 passengers in 2016 and became the 6th busiest airport in France. The airport serves as a hub for flights to North Africa.
There are two terminal buildings airport while one of them is dedicated only for low cost carriers, mainly used by Easyjet and Ryanair. There are two different runways at the airport, as well.
Bordeaux also receives private jet charter flights from all over the world. At the airport, there is a separate FBO terminal to handle executive passengers travelling with private jet charters. Here at the FBO facilities, 24 hour immigration and customs’ service is available as well as other relaxing facilities such as lounges, a business center where the passengers can use internet, fax and organize meetings, a bar. Additionally, it is also possible to book accommodation and car rentals at reduced prices.
Overall, Bordeaux is a great destination to visit by private jet charters thanks to extensive services offered at the airport.
The most used routes from or to Bordeaux are Bordeaux-London, Bordeaux-Milano and Bordeaux-Rabat.