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1 airport, 4 gateways to the world

Photo du Hall D

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
  • 12 check-in counters
  • 2 “oversized” baggage check-in counters
  • 2 security checkpoints
  • 8 boarding gates at runway level (bus transfer to plane)
  • 1 baggage reclaim belt
  • 1 “oversized” baggage conveyor

Hall B

The airport’s oldest Hall, which opened in April 1978, received a makeover in 2007. It mainly handles domestic flights and flights to Schengen Europe.

  • 20,000 m2
  • 16 check-in counters
  • 4 security checkpoints
  • 7 boarding gates
  • 2 baggage reclaim belts
  • 5 aircraft docking stations with airbridges
  • 1 premium access station
  • 1 “oversized” baggage conveyor

Hall C

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

A hall suitable for boarding off jetty

Toulouse-Blagnac Airport has adapted its existing infrastructure to boarding off jetty, thus reducing the turnaround times of aircraft to 25 minutes. Three pre-boarding rooms have been set up and specific aircraft parking stands have been installed. This new infrastructure has been designed for regional type aircraft up to medium-haul planes such as A320/B737.

A retail area

With the opening of Hall D, Hall C was accordingly re-designed from an architectural point of view. In the boarding areas, the space now offers more modern facilities, boutiques and equipment, to reflect those available in Hall D.This new 650 m2 space complements and strengthens the terminal’s commercial offer.

  • 30,000 m2
  • 24 check-in counters
  • 6 boarding gates
  • 2 baggage conveyors
  • 1 “oversized“ baggage check-in counter
  • 2 oversized baggage screening station
  • 4 aircraft docking stations with airbridges, modular for "walk in - walk out" for express stopovers.

Hall D

A real tool for the region’s economical development

Opened in March 2010, Hall D has been designed as a genuine gateway for travel. This terminal, dedicated to Schengen, non-Schengen and international flights is modular, and thus adaptable according to traffic. Special care was paid to the terminal’s appearance, and its architecture makes full use of natural lighting.
  • 40,000 m2 surface area
  • 12 check-in counters
  • 8 security checkpoints
  • 1 “oversized“ baggage check-in counter
  • 1 premium access station
  • 11 boarding gates
  • 2 baggage reclaim belts
  • 1 oversized baggage belt
  • 8 docking stations with telescopic gangways
  • 2 aircraft docking stations for “walk in - walk out”
  • 2 boarding gates at runaway level (bus transfer to plane)

Retail areas

With the opening of Hall D, Hall C was accordingly re-designed from an architectural point of view. In the boarding areas, the space now offers more modern facilities, boutiques and equipment, to reflect those available in Hall D.
This new 650 m2 space complements and strengthens the terminal’s commercial offer. With Hall D, the idea of a large shopping area emerged that would allow passengers to make purchases and enjoy a meal before their flight
A surface area of 1,600m2 was fitted out at the heart of the terminal. With Hall D, the idea of a large shopping area emerged that would allow passengers to make purchases and enjoy a meal before their flight. A surface area of 1,600m2 was fitted out at the heart of the terminal.