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Introducing the halls

4 halls serving over 100 destinations

Hall A

Opened in June 2004 and located at the southern end of the terminal, Hall A handles regional aircraft, meeting quick stopover requirements.

  • 10,000 m²
  • 14 check-in counters
  • 2 security checkpoints
  • 8 boarding gates at runway level (bus transfer to plane)
  • 1 baggage conveyor

Hall B

The airport's oldest hall, which opened in April 1978, received a makeover in 2007. It mainly handles Air France flights to France and Schengen Europe. Today, over 3 million passengers pass through this hall.

  • 20,000 m²
  • 16 check-in counters
  • 6 security checkpoints
  • 10 boarding gates
  • 2 baggage conveyors
  • 1 oversize baggage conveyor

Hall C

This hosts flights to Europe and France by traditional or low-cost airlines.

  • 30,000 m²
  • 24 check-in counters
  • 6 boarding gates
  • 2 baggage conveyors

Hall D

Opened in March 2010, Hall D has been designed as a genuine gateway for travel. This steel and glass hall was built to host international traffic and brings the airport's passenger capacity up to 8.5 million.

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  • 40,000 m² in surface area
  • 14 check-in counters
  • 8 security checkpoints
  • 6 boarding gates to be extended to 10 in April 2012
  • 2 baggage conveyors
  • 1 oversize baggage conveyor
  • 4 docking stations to be extended to 8 with telescopic gangways

Many advantages

  • A modern airport located only 10 minutes from the city centre
  • 6 car parks with over 13,000 spaces (since 30 May)
  • Self-Service Check-In Terminals (BLS)
  • "La Croix du Sud" private lounge
  • Wi-Fi service