Strasbourg Airport is 6 miles southwest from the city of the same name in France. Serving a modest one million travellers every year, Strasbourg airport is by no means the busiest, but there are 15 carriers who use the airport.
There is not much to do around the local area. Therefore, if you decide to fly into Strasbourg, you will more than likely need a car to get to your destination. Taxis in France are expensive so hiring a car, especially when you book early and use a comparison site will save you money. If you do plan on hiring a car, make sure that you also choose to hire satellite navigation because signposts in the area are not great. However, if you do plan on making the trip to Paris, signposts are not an issue. Remember, if you do choose to hire a car and drive in France, you will be driving on the other side of the road, and you should remember that tolls are common.
The airport has five main companies servicing it. Avis, National, Europcar, Hertz and Sixt are the major companies located as this airport. The benefit to this is that having five Internationalcar hire companies for such a small amount of customers means that you will find something to suit your needs almost every time.
If you are going to the airport from the Strasbourg city centre, here are the directions. Get on the A35 toward Colmar moving onto the D400 toward Entzheim. This will level onto the D221, which will take you to the airport.
You can contact the airport in several ways. The two most popular are telephone and email. The general number is +33 3 88 64 67 67, and the email address is email@example.com. The telephone line is manned from 5 am to 10:45 pm from Monday to Friday, 5 am to last flight on Saturdays and 6 am until 11 pm on Sundays.
Strasbourg International Airport