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Flights to Lille

Flying to Lille from the UK is an excellent way to reach one of France's cultural hotspots. Flights leave from a range of major European cities for Lille Airport every day, offering short journey times and convenient connections to the city centre or onward rail connections to Brussels, Paris and beyond.

Which is the main airport in Lille?

The only airport in Lille is Lille Airport (also known sometimes as Lille-Lesquin). The airport is very close to the centre of town, ensuring rapid transfers if required. The best way to do so is probably via cheap shuttle buses, which run into the Place des Buisses, near the main station. So, passengers can switch to Eurostar trains or explore the city a few minutes after arriving.

Which airlines offer flights to Lille?

Airlines that serve Lille Airport include Air France, easyJet, TUI, Aegean Airlines, Volotea, Vueling and Ryanair. There are no direct flights to or from the UK, but travellers can easily transfer via Strasbourg, Nantes or Brest, and overall journey times won't be too long.

Why travel by plane to Lille?

Flights to Lille will appeal to anyone who lives outside London but wants to visit northern France and the Low Countries. While there are no direct services from UK airports to Lille, that doesn't mean that flying is a poor option. In fact, indirect journeys via Bordeaux can travel from Bristol or Manchester in 5-6 hours – which is faster than taking the train or coach to London, switching to the Eurostar, and heading to Lille across the Channel. Lille Airport is also well situated for transfers on the ground, with rapid shuttles to the station and journey times of 10–15 minutes into town.

Before you travel to Lille by plane - good to know!

When travellers see the sights in Lille, it really helps to purchase a City Pass from the local tourism authority. Available in 24, 48 and 72-hour versions, the pass provides free bus and local train transport as well as access to 29 attractions. This includes some of the city's must-see destinations, such as the Fine Arts Museum and the birthplace of Charles de Gaulle. Checking out Grand Place is a must as well, but leave time to explore less well-known sights, too. For instance, a short trip to Roubaix is very rewarding thanks to the stunning Piscine Museum, a temple dedicated to the region's art and crafts heritage.

How to Get to Lille by Plane

Flights to Lille from the United Kingdom terminate at Lille Airport, located around 12 kilometres south of the city. Its location makes for a quick and convenient journey into the city centre. Lille Airport offers shuttle services linking the facility with various nearby train and bus stations. Some of the most popular airlines that service the Lille airport include, Delta, Air France, Lufthansa, British Airways, Monarch Airlines, and Ryanair. Another major airport in Lille is the Lesquin Airport. It hosts approximately 22 airlines offering nonstop flights to over 40 cities. On average, about 210 domestic flights and 90 international flights depart from the Lesquin Airport every week.


Situated in the north of France, Lille is said to have been an early 20th century settlement. Today, this enchanting city proudly displays its rich historic heritage; it is now one of the most famed cities in all of Europe. Lille is a true blend of its old and new lifestyles; its vivacious and dynamic mood is proof of its constant evolution and development with the times. There are a number of historic buildings on the prominent cobbled narrow streets, also filled with excellent bars and restaurants. Its narrow streets host dozens of museums, including Delacroix, Rubens, and the Monet. This French city has many hints of Dutch, Spanish, and German cultures; the beautiful Belgian and Flemish influences on its architecture and cuisine serve to define the city. Lille also hosts "La Braderie," the biggest flea market in Europe, every year on the first weekend of September.

Airlines: EasyJet, Volotea and Ryanair to Lille

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EasyJet is a British multinational low-cost airline headquartered at London Luton Airport (LTN). It’s the largest UK-based carrier based on the number of passengers carried. EasyJet flies to over 150 destinations across Europe and North Africa, making it a popular budget airline for travellers. To keep fares as low as possible, easyJet tickets are non-refundable and no complimentary snacks are provided onboard. All fare types include allowance of one small personal bag, while additional fees apply for carry-on luggage and checked luggage.

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