Bergerac Departures

Bergerac Airport’s official name is the Bergerac Dordogne Périgord Airport, and it has the airport code of EGC. Many refer to the airport as the Bergerac-Roumanière Airport as well, as it is situated so nearby to Roumanière. Bergerac is a small French airport, handling under 400,000 passengers per annum, but is a popular arrival and departure point for tourists travelling between France and the United Kingdom. A few UK airline companies, including Flybe and Ryanair, handle the majority of Bergerac Airport departures and all departures take place from the single terminal building of the airport.

Bergerac Airport is found just 3km, or 1.6 miles from the city of Bergerac, and is located particularly nearby to the areas of Le Penaud, La Boule, Les, Farguettes, Les Blanchiers, Villac, Roumanière and Saint-Christophe. Departing passengers can easily reach the airport by motor vehicle, as the N21 road provides access from Bergerac city, as well as from other areas to the north and south of Bergerac. From the south, the N21 can be used from Villeneuve-sur-Lot, and motorists will pass Cancon, Lougratte, Castillonnès and Bouniagues on their way to the airport, while from the north, the N21 is the most convenient road to follow to Bergerac from Périgueux, Boulazac and Notre-Dame-de-Sanilhac. To the west of Bergerac is the larger city of Bordeaux, and the D939 is the road leading from this city to Bergerac. Another road nearby the airport of Bergerac is the D19, on the airport’s eastern perimeter.

Although the road network leading to the airport is good, there are not many other transport options available. There is no train station at Bergerac Airport, and no public buses travel the route to the airport. Departing passengers will need to take a taxi in order to reach the airport from the bus or train station within the city, or from any other area nearby. Although taxis provide a comfortable form of transportation, they can be expensive; therefore it is a pity that the airport lacks the support of public buses. A few private companies may, however, provide transfer options, which could be slightly less expensive than the taxi services.

Bergerac Airport is one airport within a group of five French mid-west airports that have joined forces in order to improve their customer service and to optimize the development of the region. The other airports are Angoulême Airport, Brive Airport, Limoges Airport and Poitiers Airport. Bergerac specifically serves the city of Bergerac, but also many other areas within the Dordogne and Aquitaine regions of France. Flybe offers year-round departures from Bergerac to Southampton, by Ryanair to London-Stansted and by Twin Jet to Paris-Orly. There are also seasonal flights available from Bergerac, by Flybe to Birmingham, Edinburgh, Exeter, London-Gatwick and Manchester, by Jet2.com to Leeds/Bradford, by Ryanair to Bristol, Brussels South-Charleroi, East Midlands and Liverpool and by Transavia.com to Rotterdam.

The Bergerac Airport departure area is located within the single terminal building, and the check-in desks are easy to find. The airport building is simply a large hall, with an arrival area on the one side and the departure facilities on the other. In recent years, the airport has received a number of renovations and expansions, in order to allow the terminal a capacity of up to 400,000 passengers per annum. Currently, traffic figures of Bergerac Airport are around 300,000 passengers per year, therefore, the terminal is a building with facilities adequate to provide good service for all passengers. The airport is described as friendly and comfortable, with available and thoughtful staff members who are attentive to the needs of travellers. The terminal is also modern and well designed. Passengers on departure flights will find a restaurant for their convenience, a multi-service store and a cash point at Bergerac Airport. Parking is also provided in a single parking lot, with more than five hundred spaces available for private vehicles.

On flights from Bergerac Airport, unaccompanied minors may travel provided the necessary arrangements have been made with the airline company concerned. All persons under the age of eighteen should have the correct travel document, which includes their own valid ID card, or a passport. The ‘family book’ is not sufficient. If you are escorting a minor who will be flying alone, you are required to wait at the airport for at least fifteen minutes after the plane has taken off. Passengers travelling with an infant should inform their airline company as well, and the infant is subject to the same rules and regulations as an adult, and will require certain travel documents as well. At Bergerac Airport, there are baby-changing areas available.

Disabled persons departing from Bergerac Airport can request additional assistance from their airline carrier, and will find the terminal building to be accessible. There are dedicated car parking spaces, suitable toilets for wheelchair users and pavement ramps. Assistance for a disabled person should be arranged at least 48 hours prior to departure.

Live Bergerac Airport departures are displayed on the airport’s official website, as well as on many other websites, or further information can be acquired by contacting the airport at +33 05 53 22 25 25.
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