Strasbourg Airport Guide

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Strasbourg Airport

Address
RD 221 /Route de l'Aéroport, 67960 Entzheim, France
Phone +33 3 88 64 67 67

A small international airport serving northeastern France, Strasbourg Airport ("Aéroport de Strasbourg" in French) offers a small number of domestic and overseas flights through Air France, KLM, and several other airlines. While expanding high-speed rail services has reduced traffic at the airport, it remains an option for travelers wishing to connect quickly from Strasbourg to other destinations in France, Europe, and abroad.

Strasbourg Airport Code, Location & Contact Information

Know Before You Go

National carriers that serve Strasbourg Airport include Air France, Lufthansa, KLM, Iberia, and Royal Air Maroc. Meanwhile, low-cost and regional airlines like Volotea and Twinjet are an option for those traveling on a budget.

From SXB, travelers can fly to several major cities around France—including Bordeaux, Marseille, Lyon, and Montpelier—as well as other European and international destinations such as Barcelona, Madrid, Munich, Fez, and Tunis.

Terminals at Strasbourg Airport

Strasbourg Airport is small and manageable, with a single terminal comprising two floors (ground floor and 1st floor). There are departures areas on both levels, while the arrivals area and baggage claim are located at the western end of the ground floor.

  • When arriving at the airport, check the passenger information/departures screens to determine where your check-in area will be.
  • If you are traveling to another European destination, the airport recommends that you arrive at least two hours prior to departure; check-in deadlines are 30 minutes before take-off. For international destinations, plan to arrive three hours in advance, as the deadline for check-in is 50 minutes prior to take-off. See more about check-in, baggage rules, and security procedures at Strasbourg Airport on the official website.

Airport Parking Facilities

Strasbourg Airport has several parking lots for visitors and passengers to use, including both short- and long-term options. There are also recharging stations available for electric and hybrid vehicles, as well as reserved spaces and on-site assistance for people with disabilities. You can book a space for all five parking lots on the airport's website. All lots offer easy access to the Entzheim train station (TER) and the shuttle to Strasbourg (see more below on public transportation options).

  • P1: With 108 spaces, P1 is best for those looking for short-term parking for up to 24 hours. It is possible to park there longer, but you will be charged the full daily rate for each additional day. The first 15 minutes are free.
  • P2: A short-term parking lot with nearly 500 spaces, P2 is a less expensive option for stays longer than 24 hours. The charging stations for electric and hybrid plug-in cars are located here.
  • P3: Located underground, this short- and long-term "comfort" parking lot has nearly 1,500 spaces available. The recommended stay length is one to 15 days; weekend packages are available.
  • P4: This long-term parking lot is less expensive than P3, and offers almost 400 spaces. P4 is recommended for stays up to 15 days. Located outdoors, it is reached by the airport access ramp.
  • P5: Finally, the P5 lot is another long-term parking option, with 378 spaces and recommended stays of up to 15 days. It offers the least expensive rates for each additional day and week. To get to the terminal, you will need to ride in a shuttle that arrives every 10 to 20 minutes, depending on the time of day. P5 is split into four sections—Dakar/Dublin, Calvi, Berlin, and Agadir—and each one has a corresponding shuttle stop.

Public Transportation, Taxis & Car Rentals

Using public transportation to get between Strasbourg Airport and the city center is both straightforward and budget-friendly, whether by shuttle train or bus.

  • The Shuttle Train: This connects Strasbourg Airport to the city center in only eight minutes, and is the easiest way to get from one point to the next. Trains depart five times per hour, and tickets can be purchased at the airport. Access to the terminal is via a covered footbridge from the airport terminal. See more information and current fares on SNCF's website (info is shown in both French and English). Travel tip: For transport around the greater Strasbourg area, you can purchase a combined shuttle and public transport pass that gives you access to trams and buses in and around the city.
  • Taxis: Taxis can be hailed from an official queue outside the ground floor level. Rides take between 15 to 20 minutes. Before accepting a ride, make sure to verify that a meter is present and that the vehicle is equipped with a lit "Taxi" sign on the rooftop of the car.
  • Car rentals: These are available at a dedicated office across from the P4 parking lot and just east of the terminal. Hertz, Avis, Enterprise, Europcar, and Sixt all offer rentals.

Where to Eat and Drink

Strasbourg Airport has several options for food and drink. From light snacks and sandwiches ideal for taking on the plane to sit-down restaurants, there's something for all budgets. See more information on eating and drinking at the airport at the Strasbourg Airport website. Consider some of these options:

  • Le Comptoir des Saveurs: Head here for snacks and light meals (soups, salads, sandwiches, pastries, coffee, and hot dishes). It's located on the ground floor in the arrivals area.
  • Le Zinc: If you're in a hurry, Le Zinc's 20-minute express menu is a good option. They offer a combination of traditional French and Alsatian dishes. You can find it in the departures area on the ground floor.
  • L'Atelier Gourmand: For more regional specialties as well as a selection of typical Alsatian products to go, head to L'Atelier Gourmand, in the ground floor boarding area.

Where to Shop

Strasbourg Airport passengers can browse several shops within the terminal, including two Aelia duty-free boutiques, a Relay international newsstand and gift shop, and a "Casino" mini-market ideal for procuring snacks and other food items. Two of the shops are located on the ground floor in the departures area, and two are located on the first-floor level, in the national boarding area. See more on shopping at the airport, including opening hours for each of the four boutiques, on the airport's website.

Wi-Fi and Charging Stations

Free high-speed Wi-Fi is available for passengers and visitors throughout the airport. Simply connect to the Strasbourg airport network using your phone, tablet, or computer; there's no time limitation on how long you can surf. You'll also find charging stations for mobile phones and laptops in dedicated areas in both terminals.

Strasbourg Airport Tips & Facts

  • April through August and the winter holiday season (late November through December) are peak tourist seasons in Strasbourg, making passenger traffic at the airport busiest at these times. Conditions are often less crowded during the low season (January through March and early fall).
  • Although Strasbourg Airport is small and easy to navigate compared to major international hubs in Paris, keep in mind that security procedures in Europe are rigorous. It's always a good idea to arrive at least two, or even three, hours in advance of your flight to make sure you have enough time to get through security lines and other procedures. This will also allow you to take advantage of facilities at the airport, including shops and restaurants.
  • Be aware that budget airlines rarely offer complimentary meals and drinks, even on longer routes, and many national carriers no longer do so on short-haul flights.
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