Biarritz Live Flight Arrivals

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Origin Airline Flight no. Scheduled Est. Status
Paris (ORY) HOP! A57496expand_more(1) 08:40 Scheduled
Paris (ORY) Air France AF7496 08:40 Scheduled
Paris (CDG) HOP! A57654expand_more(5) 09:55 Scheduled
Paris (CDG) Aeroflot SU3157 09:55 Scheduled
Paris (CDG) Air France AF7654 09:55 Scheduled
Paris (CDG) Atlasjet KK7350 09:55 Scheduled
Paris (CDG) China Eastern Airlines MU4961 09:55 Scheduled
Paris (CDG) KLM KL2010 09:55 Scheduled
Lyon (LYS) HOP! A51586expand_more(1) 09:55 Scheduled
Lyon (LYS) Air France AF1586 09:55 Scheduled
Paris (ORY) HOP! A57480expand_more(1) 12:05 Scheduled
Paris (ORY) Air France AF7480 12:05 Scheduled
Biarritz Airport is one of the France airports of medium size, handling around a million passengers per annum, and is found nearby the south-western coastline of the country, just a few miles from Biarritz, Anglet and Bayonne. For this reason, the airport is officially known as the Biarritz-Anglet-Bayonne Airport, or even as the Parme Airport, also due to its location. It has the official airport code of BIQ, and is considered an important arrival point for many tourists of the Aquitaine region of the country. The airport is well equipped with facilities for arriving passengers, and several airline companies offer flights to and from Biarritz .

Passengers can arrive at the airport from a number of destinations, both local and international, and the main airline companies in operation to and from the airport include Air France, Ryanair, EasyJet, Transavia.com and Darwin Airline. Year-round, flights arrive at Biarritz from nearby destinations such as Marseille, Lyon and Paris, by the airline carriers of Air France and EasyJet, as well as from London, by Ryanair. Ryanair also offers seasonal flights to and from Manchester, Brussels South-Charleroi, Dublin and Stockholm, and passengers can fly to Biarritz from Geneva and Nice during the busy season as well. Transavia.com mainly offers seasonal flights from Rotterdam to Biarritz. Although international, the majority of the airport’s passengers fly locally.

Biarritz Airport is approximately 5km, or 3 miles southeast of Biarritz, which is a large town on the Bay of Biscay, along the Atlantic coast. The airport serves the French departments of Landes and Pyrénées-Atlantiques, and is one of the airports in the country’s Aquitaine region. The area of Biarritz is also well known for being the last major seaside resort before the Spanish border, which is only 18km, or 11 miles away. Biarritz Airport arrival flights bring tourists who are keen to explore the beautiful beaches of the area, as well as the numerous other attractions within the towns and cities nearby. Some interesting museums attract visitors each year, and Biarritz has a lively casino, various festivals and good restaurants and nightlife. Daytrips are also popular, to places such as Bidart and Saint-Jean-de-Luz, a quaint fishing village.

From the airport, passengers who have rented a car from one of the Biarritz Airport car hire companies have the best opportunity to fully explore this wonderful part of France, and will easily be able to travel to all the most popular attractions, at their leisure. Since that France has such an excellent road network, it is even possible to make longer journeys. Quite far north of the airport is Bordeaux, and to the east is Orthez, Pau, Tarbes and Toulouse. Southwest is Hendaye, and the Spanish cities of Irun, San Sebastian and Pamplona. Passengers driving to Anglet or Bayonne will follow the D810, the airport’s main access road, and to Biarritz, the D260.

Although a rented car is best, there are other forms of transport at Biarritz Airport for arriving passengers. Local buses known as the Chronoplus buses operate at frequent intervals from the airport, and travel to the Biarritz town centre and railway station, the Bayonne railway station, Anglet Beach and various other locations, and regional bus services travel to Hendaye, passing Bidart and Saint-Jean-de-Luz. There are also bus services to the nearby Spanish cities. A taxi rank is found just outside of the airport’s arrival area, and taxis are available twenty-four hours a day. They will also travel to any destination. Alternatively, a private transfer can be arranged in advance of your arrival. Although buses serve the airport, there is no airport train station.

The airport consists of a single terminal building, for both arrival and departure proceedings, and has a capacity for 1.4 million passengers per annum. It is well equipped with various facilities, including a few restaurants and bars, conference facilities for business travellers, several shops selling all kinds of items, from newspapers to clothing and accessories, Wi-Fi connections and a tourist office for all further information required regarding the attractions in the area. Assistance can also be provided for the booking of accommodation in the area, and with transport options. The terminal building is accessible to reduced mobility passengers, with wheelchair friendly toilet areas, pavement ramps, help desks and lowered public telephones. Further assistance can be arranged with your airline company in advance of your departure flight to Biarritz.

Passengers in need of more information can contact the airport’s information desk, open from 08:00 to 22:00, every day of the week, or consult the airport’s official online website. There are also many websites that display details of the live Biarritz arrivals flights.