Nantes Live Flight Arrivals
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|Madrid (MAD)||Iberia Express||I23698||20:00||Cancelled|
|Lyon (LYS)||Air France||AF1632||20:55||Unknown|
|Lyon (LYS)||Air France||AF1488||21:30||Unknown|
|Paris (ORY)||Air France||AF7388||21:30||Unknown|
|Amsterdam (AMS)||Air France||AF1893||21:50||Cancelled|
|Toulouse (TLS)||Air France||AF1087||22:25||Unknown|
|Lille (LIL)||Air France||AF1163||22:30||Unknown|
|Paris (CDG)||Air France||AF7728||22:40||Landed|
|Marseille (MRS)||Air France||AF1175||22:40||Landed|
The airport of Nantes is recognised by its official airport code of NTE, and is well known as the Nantes Atlantique Airport. Currently, the airport is mainly served by the airline companies of Air France, EasyJet, Eastern Airways, Flybe, Iberia, Ryanair, Transavia, Tunisair and Royal Air Maroc, which fly to Nantes Airport from local and international destinations that include Lyon, Strasbourg, Paris, Marseille, London, Manchester, Leeds/Bradford, Manchester, Dublin, Geneva, Milan, Barcelona, Madrid and Palma de Mallorca. Flights also arrive at Nantes from Portugal and Canada, from the Montreal-Trudeau Airport and Toronto-Pearson. Jet4you offers seasonal flights from Marrakech, and Smart Wings has seasonal flights from Prague. Other airline companies at the airport include Windjet, Vueling and Air Transat.
Passengers will arrive on the ground floor of the terminal building, which is constructed in the shape of an ‘L’. The airport consists of four halls, with Halls 1 to 3 along the lengthier side of the building and Hall 4 at a right-angle to the other halls, and on the shorter side. It is also connected to the other facilities by a lobby area, and only consists of a single-story building, whereas Halls 1 to 3 are a two-level construction. The baggage reclaim areas are found on the ground floor, nearby the exits of the building, and also nearby various other airport facilities, which include tourist information desks and cash machines.
Within the terminal building, there are also currency exchange services, a nice variety of shops for those with some time to spare, and a couple of bars and restaurants for refreshments and meals. There is a post box in Hall 2, and a self-service photo booth in Hall 1, as well as wireless Internet connections at various locations throughout the terminal. Meeting rooms with lovely views over the airport are available for business passengers who wish to conduct a conference, training session or function at the airport. The rooms can seat a varying amount of people, depending on how the room will be arranged. Delegates can be seated at a table, or in classroom style. The largest room can seat up to 100 people without tables, and the smallest room can accommodate six. The rooms have equipment such as overhead projectors and paperboards, and catering can be arranged.
Nantes arrival area is accessible for disabled passengers, with suitably adapted toilet facilities for wheelchair users, and pavement ramps outside. Further assistance at the airport can also be arranged through the airline company concerned. Staff will then be ready and waiting for your arrival, and will assist with the procedures of passport control, customs and baggage collection, and up until the time the passenger is ready to leave the airport.
Passengers arriving at Nantes who need to stay over can arrange a room at either the Mascotte Hotel Nantes or the Oceania Hotel Nantes, located on the airport site. They are two-star and three-star establishments, and offer comfortable accommodation. Alternatively, the journey to downtown Nantes is quick and easy, and there are many hotels available in the city. Passengers who will be staying in Nantes for a while are recommended to rent a car from one of the Nantes Airport car hire companies, such as Avis, Sixt, Hertz, National or Europcar. The car hire companies are found opposite the exit of the terminal building, and next to the car park for the rented vehicles. Driving in Nantes is pleasant, and your own vehicle is best for travelling between towns and cities in the area.
However, bus and taxi services are available for passengers, and are also a convenient way to travel to the city. The special Tan Air Shuttle bus provides transport to the Nantes Railway Station and the city centre every half an hour, while the Tan local bus No. 37 is available for transport to Neustrie, for connections to the Tramway Line 3. Taxis are also found in the taxi rank at the airport, outside of Hall 1. Passengers arriving in Hall 4 can call a taxi to collect them from this zone of the terminal, and do not need to walk to Hall 1. There is no train station at the airport, but rail connections can easily be reached from the airport, via the Tan Air Shuttle bus.
Nantes Arrivals in further details can be viewed live at various online sources, or further information regarding the airport can be obtained from the information desks.
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