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Transportation to Basel/Mulhouse Airport from the City Center

If you want to benefit from public transportation, the most practical way to reach the airport is to get to the city center, where you can change the means of transportation. You can take advantage of bus, tram or train lines to reach the city center, also known as SBB Railway Station, from wherever you are. It is also very easy to get to the airport by your car. It is also a very comfortable option to go to the airport by rental car or taxi.

Bus

Once you arrive at SBB Railway Station by any means of public transportation from where you are, you can benefit from transfer option and get on the bus number 50 to reach the airport in a short time.

Tramway

The most preferred public transportation option is tramway in Basel. The tram, which is available almost everywhere in the city, is often supported by transfer buses. You can take advantage of the tramways that depart every 10-15 minutes during the day.

The tram is an important means of transport to reach the airport. Especially if you are far from the city center, there are many alternatives that allow you to reach SBB Railway Station by tramway. For example, if you are planning to go to the airport from the 11th district, you can arrive at SBB Railway Station by tram lines 10 or 17 and take a bus there to the airport.

You can reach Barfüsserplatz and Marktplatz, the central stations of tramway lines, by choosing from any tram line from anywhere in the city. These two stations, which are just a few stops away from the SBB Railway Station, are also located at a point that connects each tramway line to each other.

In addition, if you take the tram line 1 departing from Voltaplatz and get off the tram at Kannenfeldplatz district, you can also get to the bus number 50 without going to the SBB Railway Station. Route of the tramway lines are as the follows: tram line 1 runs between Dreirosenbrücke and SBB Railway Station; tram line 2 runs between Binningen and Eglisee; tram line 3 runs between Burgfielden Grenze and Birsfelden Hard; tram line 6 runs between Allschwill and Riehen Grenze; tram line 8 runs between Neuweilerstrasse and Kleinhüningen; tram line 10 runs between Rodersdorf and Dornach; tram line 11 runs between St-Louis Grenze and Aesch; tram line 14 runs between Dreirosenbrücke and Pratteln; and tram line 15 runs between Messeplatz and Bruderholz. As additional tramway lines, the tram line 1 runs between SBB Railway Station and Badischer Train Station; the tram line 2 runs between Eglisee and Riehen Dorf; the tram line 17 runs between Schifflande/Wiesenplatz and Ettingen, the tram line E11 runs between Reinach Süd and Theater; and the tram line 21 runs between St. Johann Train Station and Badischer Train Station.

Train

Basel Badischer Train Station, SBB Railway Station, St. Johann Train Station, Pratteln Train Station, Aesch Train Station, Dornach Train Station and Muttenz Train Station are the major railway stations of Basel.

Basel train station connects three countries, just like Euro Airport does. Swiss Federal Railways (Schweizerische Bundesbahnen, SBB), German Railways (Deutschebahn, DB) and French National Railways (Société nationale des chemins de fer français, SNCF) are the major three companies that provide railway transportation in Basel.

You can travel to the SBB Railway Station if you are coming from the neighboring Swiss cities like Liestal, Sissach, Rheinfelden, and Waldshut; from Mullhouse, St. Louis, and Village-Neuf Hunninge parts of France; or from Freiburg, Kandern, Lörrach and Inzlingen regions of Germany.

Train network in Basel is not so wide as tram and bus networks. The railways surrounding the city center also provides transportation service to the opposite bank of the Rhine River and in the vicinity of the 15th region. You can arrive at SBB Railway Station by taking the train from these areas and take the bus number 50 by taking the advantage of transfer option to reach the airport.

Taxi

You can also benefit from the option of traveling to the airport by taxi that you can get from the taxi stands in almost every part of the city.

Rent a car

It is possible to reach the airport more freely and comfortably by renting a car from the car rental offices you can find in the city center or by online booking option. You can get to the airport in approximately five minutes from the central districts of Basel by enjoying the drive.

Transportation to Basel Airport from Other Cities

Mulhouse

You can get to the airport from Mulhouse in quite a short time by renting a car or taking a taxi, as well as you can prefer the 11th airport shuttle service departing from St. Louis Train Station that you can reach by public transportation options.

Freiburg

Taking a taxi is not a very practical and affordable option for transportation to Euro Airport, which is located at a distance from Freiburg. However, you can rent a car for a fast and comfortable journey. If you prefer public transportation option, you can reach the airport by taking the advantage of the frequent Airport Bus services or the shuttles provided by the Südbadenbus Company.

Airport Information

Euro Airport was used by some 6.52 million passengers in 2014. More than twenty-five airline companies at the airport provide flight services to 70 to 100 airports in nearly 30 countries depending on the season. Euro Airport, which is actually based in French territory, also validates the laws issued by the Swiss authorities.

The airport consists of a single four-storey terminal building including the basement and ground floors. There is a parking area in the basement, an arriving passenger section on the ground floor, a check-in section on the third floor and the departing passenger section on the top floor. Within the terminal, you can find the ATMs of various banks and money exchange offices, as well as you can benefit from Wi-Fi service for a fee. There are several duty-free shops in the international departing passenger section, while only one duty-free shop serves the passengers in the international arriving passenger section.

In addition to spending time at the airport by shopping at the duty-free stores at the airport, the passengers can also enjoy their time in the restaurant inside the terminal building. The airport, which has 10 conference halls with a 90-seat capacity, also has advanced accessibility systems for the disabled passengers move easily within the terminal. If you have any question, you can get information at the information desk in the Swiss section of the airport.

Last Updated: 20 Mar 2017

Transportation to Aberdeen City Center from Airport

There are a variety of transportation alternatives available to get to the city center from Aberdeen International Airport, which is only 10 km away. Methods of transportation available to get to the city center from the airport include buses, trains, taxis, or rental cars.

Taxi

Taking a taxi to the city from the airport is a very convenient method of transportation. Comcab taxis are the only authorized taxi company that serves the airport. This company offers passengers the opportunity to make a reservation in advance and accepts payments via credit card. The taxi company also features vehicles that are equipped to handle special requirements, such as wheelchairs.

Bus

There are two bus lines that provide transportation from the airport to the city center. Bus line 80 operates from 6:30 am to 6:30 pm on weekdays and bus line 727 operates from 4:30 am to 12 am on weekdays and from 5:30 am to 11 pm on weekends. Both buses depart from the bus terminal located at the airport. You have to get a bus ticket in advance. It takes about 30 minutes to get to the city center from the airport by bus.

Train

The train station is located about 3 km from the airport and is accessible by bus or taxi. Traveling to the city by train is a more affordable transportation alternative. You can purchase tickets at the station or make a reservation online in advance. If you book a ticket online it is almost half the price. The train runs from 6:30 am to 6:30 pm on weekdays. Trains run every hour Monday to Saturday and less frequently on Sundays.

Rental Car

There are various rental car companies at the airport that serve passengers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Rental car companies at the airport that you can choose from include Avis, Hertz, National, Europcar and Enterprise. You can easily rent the brand and model vehicle you want and enjoy a nice drive to the city.

Last Updated: 30 Jan 2017

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Which airports can I use for Basel/Mulhouse-Aberdeen flights?

For Basel/Mulhouse-Aberdeen flights, you can use Basel Mulhouse Freiburg Airport, Basel SBB station Railway Station, Basel Badischer Railway Station as departure airport, and Aberdeen Intl. Airport, Aberdeen Railway Station for arrival.

Which day is the most convenient for Basel/Mulhouse-Aberdeen flights?

When the average prices are examined, the most suitable day for Basel/Mulhouse-Aberdeen flights is Monday.

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