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Marseille Provence Airport, opened on October 22, 1922, is one of the busiest in France. It operates with numerous domestic flights and several international destinations, including the main locations in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Canada and the Caribbean.
Official Website: marseille-airport.com
Number of Terminals - 2 - Terminals 1 and 2, open 24 hours a day and situated within walking distance of each other.
Annual passenger traffic: 9 million passengers went through it during 2017.
Tel: +33 820 811 414. There are information counters in the Domestic (Hall B) and International (Hall A) Arrivals areas of Terminal 1.
The airport is located 25 km (17 miles) northwest from the city centre.See Map
Car rental offices are located in front of Terminal 1 and operate from 7:00 am to 11:30 pm.
Avis/Budget (Tel +33 820 611 639)
Enterprise/Alamo/National (Tel +33 442 142 490)
Europcar (Tel +33 442 142 590)
Firefly (sólo reservas online)
Goldcar (Tel +33 185 654 704)
Hertz (Tel +33 442 143 466)
Interrent (Tel +33 826 102 833)
Sixt (Tel +33 484 070 062)
Covered and outdoor parking lots for short and long stays. In front of Terminal 1 there is a passenger drop-off area which is free for 8 minutes. More information: Tel +33 820 811 414. Rates and reservations
PA, PB, P2 - Short-term parking opposite the terminals, 15 min. for free.
P1 & P6 - Covered lots next to Terminal 1.
P5 - For medium stays.
P3, P7, Super Eco, Extra Long - The farthest, for long stays.
Elevators, reserved parking spaces and adapted restrooms. To request special assistance or wheelchairs, contact your airline or travel agency prior to your arrival.
Latest updates: April 18, 2018