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Basel Airport (BSL)

Basel Airport Arrivals (BSL)

Arrivals
Departures
Arriving from
Airline
Flight no.
Time span
Arriving from Airline Flight no. Scheduled Details
Brussels (BRU) Brussels Airlines SN 2701 07:35
Arrived 07:35
Brussels (BRU) SWISS LX 4531 07:35
Arrived 07:35
Berlin Schönefeld (SXF) easyJet U2 4631 08:10
Arrived 07:45
Dusseldorf (DUS) Eurowings EW 9712 08:10
Arrived 08:10
Dusseldorf (DUS) SWISS LX 4471 08:10
Arrived 08:10
Dusseldorf (DUS) Lufthansa LH 5344 08:10
Arrived 08:10
Basel Airport

Basel Airport Arrivals

Euro Airport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg is conveniently placed: it is just a 5 minute journey by bus or hire car to Basel and Saint-Louis from the airport and a 30 minute journey to Mulhouse, a favourite tourist destination. Within an hour’s drive there are Berne, Lucerne, Colmar and Zürich to discover. Basel arrivals can also reach the historic university city of Freiburg in Germany in about an hour.

Last year the airport handled some 5 million passengers, a number that has steadily increased over the years thanks to excellent onward transport options by road, bus and train. The terminal building is currently undergoing some enhancements and refurbishment, but there are plenty of services and facilities to make arrival at the airport a pleasant one.

Since the airport occupies French soil rather than being located in the Swiss Canton of Basel, the responsibility of operating the airport is shared by both countries. The terminal has therefore a Swiss and a French sector, but staff are multilingual and arriving passengers shouldn’t have a problem making their wishes heard and understood.

Arrivals at Basel Airport looking for car hire should follow the signposting to the car rental stations in either of the two sectors. Car rental suppliers such as Avis, Europcar, National, Hertz and Sixt can be found at both the Swiss and French Sectors. The French sector provides car rental in hall 1 on level 2 and the Swiss sector has car hire desks on level 2 in hall 4.

There are also some shopping facilities for passengers looking for last minute groceries, books or magazines from the newsstand. A general grocery kiosk is located on level 3 in the Swiss sector and a newsagents and tobacconist can be found on level 3 in the French sector.

Arrivals at Basel without pre-booked accommodation should ask at the information desk on level 2 (opening times: daily from 5.30 am to midnight) how to contact hotels in the area or contact the official Basel tourism centre on +41 (0) 61 268 6868 or email to info@basel.com to make a room reservation.

Airport taxis from the French sector to for example Mulhouse will cost around EUR45.00 during the day and around EUR 60.00 at night time. A taxi to the German city of Freiburg will cost EUR 110.00.

Starting by taxi from the Swiss sector of the terminal building will cost approx. CHF 40 to 50 to Mulhouse and CHF 320 to Freiburg in Germany. The taxi ranks are located just outside the terminal, in front of the respective sectors.

Basel Airport arrivals looking for onward travel by train should take an airport bus or a taxi to either Saint-Louis train station or Basel Bahnhof SBB (central train station). Both train stations are within a 5 minute drive and from connect into the French, Swiss and German rail networks for regional as well as high speed intercity connections to major cities. The airport does not have its own train station.

There is also a tram line (no. 2) from Badischer Bahnhof to the central train station in Basel, where the airport bus waits just outside and also drops off passengers arriving from the airport.

For further information about Basel arrivals , please visit the official airport website at www.euroairport.com.

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