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Flights to Luxembourg

Luxenbourg's international airport offers frequent buses to the main train station. From there, the TGV high-speed service takes just over 2 hours to get to Paris, and there are also trains to Nice, Marseilles, Basel, Strasbourg and Brussels. With fast access to the the A1 into Germany and the A31 down into France, bus, taxi or rental car are also efficient options for travelling onward.

Which is the main airport in Luxembourg?

Luxembourg International Airport offers passengers a VIP lounge with champagne,  a choice of restaurants, fast food outlets, cafes and bars and shops selling local brands and delicacies. The no. 16 Eurobus leaves for the central train station every 10 minutes from before dawn to late at night Monday to Friday. There are also 10 Flibco coaches every day to Nancy in France, Trier in Germany and Marche-en-Famenne in Belgium. The ticket dispenser is next to the no. 16 bus stop.

Which airlines offer flights to Luxembourg?

Luxembourg's own airline Luxair ensures that the city is easily accessible from all around the continent and beyond, with flights from London, Paris, Nice, Vienna, Menorca, Rome, Berlin, Barcelona and Biarritz. British Airways and Ryanair also operate services from the UK, Lufthansa planes fly in from Frankfurt and Munich, and, in addition, passengers can  catch flights to Luxembourg aboard Swiss Air, Turkish Airlines, Alitalia, KLM and several other airlines.

Why travel by plane to Luxembourg?

Luxembourg is served by 13 airlines operating from 67 airports spread across 24 different countries, including regular flights from the UK departing from Stansted and Heathrow. It's relatively easy to get to Luxembourg by plane from most parts of Europe. Upon arrival, its central location and speedy road and rail network make it a convenient starting point for trips into neighbouring countries.

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

Available through most app stores, the Luxembourg card offers up to three days of free public transport and access to museums, galleries and landmarks, not only in the city but throughout the entire country of Luxembourg too. The eclectic mix of attractions covered by the card includes castles, nature reserves, indoor bowling and bike rental, and there are 30% discounts on lots of other entertainment options. The card also comes in a family version.

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