, otherwise known as Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg Airport,
is located Also known as Euro Airport (code EHP) due to it serving Switzerland, France and Germany, but located in France, close to the Swiss border and the city of Basle - .
The airport has a terminal divided into a Swiss sector (Basel) and a French sector (Mulhouse) sharing the same runway and plane handling facilities. If you go from one terminal to the other, you are officially crossing the border between the two countries.
Although the airport is entirely within France, the Swiss sector has it's own car parks and it's own road system, going directly to Switzerland without crossing any French roads.
As a result the airport is also known as Euro Airport.
Some airlines have check-in desks in both sectors of the terminal while some only have a presence in one sector.
There are good bus services from the airport and the Railway station in Basel gives train access to Switzerland, France and Germany.
There is also a train station at Freiburg.
A taxi to Basle is likely to cost 40 Euros, Mulhouse 45 Euros, and Frieburg 110 Euros.
Basel-Mulhouse airport has 9 bars/restaurants, 8 shops, 1 currency exchange, 3 ATM's, WiFi Internet access, and fuel stations in both the French and Swiss sectors.
Basel airport now has Duty Free Shoping available to arrivals.
7 million passengers used the Euro Airport in 2015, an increase of 8% from the previous year, and the the airport's busiest year yet.
Flights to Basel Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg Airport from UK or Ireland airports
Aberdeen (1253 Km)(CO2?)
Bristol (851 Km)(CO2?)
Dublin (1168 Km)(CO2?)
East Midlands (857 Km)(CO2?)
Edinburgh (1191 Km)(CO2?)
Glasgow (1232 Km)(CO2?)
London Gatwick (684 Km)(CO2?)
London Heathrow (720 Km)(CO2?)
London Luton (740 Km)(CO2?)
London Stansted (709 Km)(CO2?)
Manchester (943 Km)(CO2?)
Newcastle (1045 Km)(CO2?)
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