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Flights to Lyon

Lyon is the third-biggest city in France and receives approximately 6 million tourists each year. The city is an important transportation city for the entire Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region. With easy connections to other European cities including Paris, London, or Frankfurt, Lyon is fast becoming a popular holiday destination spot. There are limited intercontinental flights to Lyon, with most connections passing through France.

Which is the main airport in Lyon?

Lyon–Saint Exupéry Airport is the main airport in Lyon located some 15 miles east of the city center. The airport is easily accessible via the "tram-train" line called the Rhônexpress during a fast 30 minute journey. The Rhônexpress runs approximately every 15 minutes between Lyon–Saint Exupéry Airport and Lyon Part-Dieu station.

Which airlines offer flights to Lyon?

Air France is the most popular airline carrier in France and the biggest connection to Lyon.  Other major airlines include Turkish Airlines, Aeroflot, Finnair, and Brussels Airlines. Low-cost carriers Ryanair and Easyjet also provide services to other major European destinations for a quick and affordable European adventure. AirCanada is the only airline offering intercontinental flights between Lyon and Montreal.

Why travel by plane to Lyon?

Traveling by plane is the fastest way to access the city of Lyon. You can easily connect via most European carriers for a comfortable and convenient trip. Whether you're traveling for business or pleasure, flying into Lyon is only the beginning. Start your journey off right and spend your time where it matters most. See more of the city you came to enjoy when you travel by plane to Lyon.

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

Looking for a European adventure fit for the movies? Now is your chance to become a star! The Lumière brothers invented film-making in Lyon in 1895, putting this small European city on the historical map. When visiting Lyon, make sure to visit the brothers' old stomping grounds where you can watch some of the first ever films. Capture some of that cinematic magic from the air as you fly into this UNESCO World Heritage city. Public transportation is very easy to navigate with 5 trams, 4 metro lines, and 2 funicular railways, not to mention over a hundred different bus routes! Purchase a book of 10 tickets for flexibility when traveling around Lyon. Car rentals are also available for travelers who want to explore according to their own schedule.

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