The airport index
on Travel Notes helps you find airport websites around the world.
You can also find airport codes, where the airlines fly, destination information, how to get there
and all about ground transportation and airport facilities around the world.
Amsterdam Schiphol Airport: (AMS)
Schiphol is linked by rail to 75 per cent of all railway stations in Holland, either
direct or with one change, as well as to major cities in Belgium,
France and Germany.
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Airport (Aeropuerto de Barcelona): (BCN) (Spain)
Barcelona Airport, 13km southwest of the City (along the Autovia de Castelldefels), has
three terminals: Terminal A is for foreign airline departures and international arrivals;
Terminal B serves Spanish airline departures and European Union arrivals; and Terminal C
is for Air Shuttle flights and general aviation. The Aerobus service departs from Plaza
Catalunya, in front of El Corte Ingles, and stops at all terminals. There are also RENFE
train services to the airport from Clot-Arago, Arc de Triomf, Placa Catalunya and
Airport: (BEG) (Yugoslavia)
Located 12km west of Belgrade, the terminal building consists of two
connected blocs: Terminal 1 for domestic traffic and Terminal 2 for international traffic.
JAT (Yugoslav Airlines) has a special coach service for transporting passengers from the
city of Belgrade to the Airport -- departs from the Slavija Hotel with stops at the
Belgrade Railway Station and the Fontana Restaurant in New Belgrade.
Berlin International Airports:
It is still primarily holidaymakers that take off from Berlin-Schonefeld Airport for
sunny destinations around the Mediterranean and in the Caribbean, but soon the entire air
traffic for the Berlin-Brandenburg region will be concentrated at the airport in the
southeast of the city. Schonefeld will be expanded to become the Berlin Brandenburg International
Airport; the downtown airports at Tegel and Tempelhof will then be closed.
Airport: (SXF) (Germany)
Buses and trains provide a quick and convenient connection from the center of Berlin to
the Airport (18km) -- Berlin-Zoologischer Garten Bahnhof to Schoenefeld station, by train,
takes 31 minutes -- where a free AirportExpress Terminal-Shuttle will take you to the
Airport: (TXL) (Germany)
From Airbus to Jetbus, the JetExpressBus TXL operates from Tegel Airport right into the
heart of the old-new city and back. The service runs every ten minutes from early in the
morning until late in the evening connecting the airport with the government
district, Unter den Linden and U Franz�sische Str.. It also stops at a few main
stations, where you can easily transfer to Berlin's extensive underground, S-Bahn train
and bus network.
Airport: (THF) (Germany)
Berlin-Tempelfof Airport is located on the U6 line, at Platz der Luftbr�cke.
Anglet - Bayonne International Airport: (BIQ) (France)
The number of passengers passing through Aeroport BAB ranks it 14th among French
airports. Shuttle buses run to Biarritz town centre, Anglet-beaches and Bayonne as well as
St. Jean de Luz and Hendaye.
The Bizkaibus Service leaves from the Plaza Moyua in Bilbao, takes half an hour and stops
in Parque Etxebarria and Enrique Ibarrieta 2. Daily service from 6:00 to 22:00, at half
hour intervals (Saturdays and Bank Holidays every hour).
(Aeroporto G. Marconi): (BLQ) (Italy)
The Aerobus runs from the airport to the train station and takes about 20 minutes.
Bordeaux (Aeroport de Bordeaux-Merignac): (BOD) (France)
Located west of the Bordeau Ring Road (Junction 11) the best way to get to and from
Bordeaux Airport, if you're not renting a car,
is to travel by Jet'Bus. The journey time between the airport and Gare St Jean is 30-45
Airport: (BRU) (Belgium)
Trains operate regularly between Brussels Airport and all three main railway stations in
Brussels: South, Central and North. The Airport City Express runs four times an hour, from
just before 06:00 to about midnight.
Bucharest Baneasa International
Airport: (BBU) (Romania)
Baneasa International is located on the northern limit of Bucharest City. As Bucharest's
second airport -- Otopeni is the major international gateway -- Baneasa also acts as a
backup airport for Otopeni, Sofia and Constanta airports.
Bucharest Otopeni International
Airport: (OTP) (Romania)
Express Bus #783 connects Bucharest Otopeni International Airport with the center of
Bucharest (aprox. 40 mins) with stops at Baneasa Airport; Piata Presei Libere; Piata
Victoriei (subway links between Piata Victoriei and North Railway Station ); Piata Romana;
Piata Universitatii; and Piata Unirii.
Voted European Airport of the Year 1999, Copenhagen airport calls itself the North
European Hub. This is how you get to Copenhagen airport by train.
Airport: (FRA) (Germany)
Thanks to numerous rail and bus links, you can get to and from Frankfurt Airport quickly
and easily, even without a car.
Kevlavik Airport: (KEF) (Iceland)
Iceland's main airport is on the peninsula at Keflavik, near Reykjavik.
Airport map and contact numbers.
(Barajas Airport): (MAD) (Spain)
The Airport bus line (yellow buses) connects the Airport Terminal
Buildings and Madrid centre. Metro access from the airport is halfway between Terminal T2
and Parking P-2, in the connecting walkway. The Metro Station is called AEROPUERTO and
runs on line 8 from Nuevos Ministerios to Barajas.
Milan Airports: (Italy)
Whether you're flying through Malpensa (MXP) or Linate (LIN), you can find all the real
time information from the Societe Esercizi Aeroportuali; complete with car parking, car
rentals, and helpful maps.
(Sheremetyevo Airport): (SVO) (Russia)
Sheremetyevo is 29 km from the centre of Moscow. Bus No 551 from 'Rechnoy vokzal' metro
station; or bus No 517 from 'Planernaya' metro station. There's also an express bus and
fixed route taxis.
Airport (Flughafen Munchen): (MUC) (Germany)
Flughafen Munchen (Franz Josef Strauss) is 28.5 kilometers north-east of the center of
Munich. The Airport Rapid Transit Train S1 shuttles from the Airport via Neufahrn, Laim
and Hauptbahnhof (main station) to Ostbahnhof. The Airport Rapid Transit Train S8 shuttles
from the Munich Airport via Ostbahnhof and Hauptbahnhof to Pasing.
There's easy access to the airport from Highway E6 at Jessheim on a four-lane highway
which runs right to the airport terminal.
The Airport Express Train takes a little over 20 mins from Gardermoen to downtown Oslo.
Only in Norwegian.
All InterCity and Express Trains on the stretch Skien - Oslo - Lillehammer - Trondheim run
via Oslo Airport Gardermoen. You can plan your Norway experience by train by using the NSR
Paris (Charles de Gaulle
Airport): (CDG) (France)
There are six terminals at Roissy (14 miles from Paris), so make sure you know which one
you should be going to.
Airport): (ORY) (France)
Orly is only 9 miles from Paris.
Galilei) International Airport: (PSA) (Italy)
Galileo Galilei is the international airport serving Pisa and Florence. Real time flight
schedules, information about airlines, cargo services, ground transportation, parking, car
rental, and airport news.
(PRG) (Czech Republic)
Prague International Airport is easily reached by public transport.
Swedish Airports: (Sweden)
LFV is responsible for 14 airports. Besides these 14, LFV is also responsible for 5
Military Air Bases, called Air Stations, and all air traffic control services.
Vienna Airport (Flughafen Wien):
Flughafen Wien is conveniently located in the heart of Europe. The English section is
still waiting for take-off.
Airport: (ZRH) (Switzerland)
Zurich-Kloten Flughafen has about 250,000 landings and take-offs of 150 international and
domestic airlines annually, making it Europe's ninth most important airport. The Airport,
at Kloten, has excellent train connctions to downtown Zurich, Bern and Geneva, and special
buses for late arrivals.
Airlines of the World.
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