Your Complete Guide to Pau Airport

The Air Transport Association (IATA) code for Pau Airport is PUF. Pau Airport is also identified as Pau-Pyrénées We have provided the GPS location for Pau airport which are as follows 43.38000, -0.41861 to help either your arrival directions to Pau-Pyrénées or perhaps give you directions from Pau-Pyrénées Airport to your chosen destination.

Please find below a selection of Airlines, Destination and approx flight times from Pau Airport.

DestinationWeekly FlightsDistance
Orly (ORY)32631 Km (392 Miles)
Paris Charles De Gaulle (CDG)20667 Km (414 Miles)
Lyon St Exupéry (LYS)16508 Km (315 Miles)
Marseille (MRS)9455 Km (283 Miles)
Nantes (NTE)5429 Km (267 Miles)
Lille (LIL)1842 Km (523 Miles)
Marrakech (RAK)11,470 Km (913 Miles)
Quimper (UIP)1587 Km (365 Miles)

HOP!, Air France and Twin Jet are the three busiest Airlines that fly out of Pau Airport; together they cover around 8 routes out of the total of 8. The busiest which is HOP! covers a total of 48 flights per week out of Pau Airport and goes to 3 destinations. Of all the destinations from Pau-Pyrénées, HOP! covers 56%. HOP! airline offers flights to Orly, Charles De Gaulle and St-Exupéry among others.

You can see below a selection of nonstop flights covered from Pau Airport with approximate times

AirlinerDestinationFlight Time (Est)
HOP!Orly (ORY)1 hour 33 minutes
HOP!Paris Charles De Gaulle (CDG)1 hour 36 minutes
HOP!Lyon St Exupéry (LYS)1 hour 25 minutes

Many popular hire car companies are located at Pau airport and are situated either in the Arrivals lounge or very close by. Please bring your valid driving licence and credit card if your require a hire car on your trip to Pau Airport. With so much choice of car rental at Pau airport it may be wise to book online before you arrive as there is limited choice of vehicles at certain times of the year.