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Mulhouse Airport Mini Guide
Very few airports are as unique as Mulhouse Airport as it is built on French land but operated by Swiss and French board members. Due to the agreement in 1946 the two countries have no border or any personnel access restrictions between them.
Handling just over 4 million passengers the airport is growing in traffic every year. The terminals have been enlarged and a Y shaped dock was built to create more space for passengers. Taking many international flights such as Air Transat's Montreal or Iceland Express' Reykjavik there are also many domestic and inter European flights too. Rome
, London, Paris Oly
and Bodrum are examples.
Mulhouse is a very popular international airport which serves three different countries, France, Germany and Switzerland. But did you know that you can also rent car hire Mulhouse nearby? Many cities are within driving distance, such as Zurich being 55 minutes away or Basel a mere 5 minutes drive.
On level 2 in the terminal are the restaurants of Crousti Café and Grab and Go. Open from 7am to 10pm and 7.30am to 10pm respectively. They offer quick, tasty fast food should you be in a hurry. Baguettes, pizza slices and coffee all feature on the menu. Those wanting a little retail experience can sample the Main Shop and Bijoux Terner. These shops offer tobacco, wines, watches, jewellery and fashion accessories.
If you need to check your emails and the internet before collecting your hire car, you can connect via Wi-Fi. The wireless connections are available where you see the Wi-Fi symbol, namely the lounges and cafes. There is a prepaid service from the shop Relay in departure hall 2. There is car parking is outside the terminal for long and short stays.