Bordeaux airport offers more than 120 regular lines serving a total of more than 100 destinations throughout Europe plus numerous possibilities for charter flights. It thus benefits from direct connections with most of the European countries.
In addition, Bordeaux airport has daily connections with 9 of the 10 main European hubs: Paris (Charles de Gaulle), Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Istanbul, Madrid, Barcelona, London (Gatwick), Munich and Rome.
Huge news: In 2022, the airport will be connected to the tram network which connects the city center and the airport. Participants in the 2023 European Company Sport Games will thus be welcomed by the organization upon their arrival at the airport and benefit from free public transport. One connection every 10 minutes!
The Saint-Jean station located in downtown Bordeaux has become the crossroads of the South West. A total of 33 direct connections per day are possible with Paris, including 5 with Charles de Gaulle Airport. Paris is only 2 hours away from the 2023 European Company Sports Games.
FROM THE STATION OR THE AIRPORT, THE CITY CENTER AND THE
HANGAR 14 WILL ONLY BE 20 MINUTES AWAY
Coming to Bordeaux from Paris:
For more information on booking mainline trains, you can visit the following websites:
3 stations serve Bordeaux – Saint Jean station:
- CDG 2 TGV airport station (direct departure from Roissy-Charles de Gaulle airport)
- Gare Paris-Montparnasse
- Massy TGV station
To find out more about the public transportation that goes to airports at stations, please visit: https://www.ratp.fr/