Luxembourg Airport Mini Guide
Tell me about Luxembourg Airport
Findel Airport is located 6km from Luxembourg city and is the only airport operating in the country. Luxair is the flag carrier airline and is based there at the airport.
How can I fly there?
There are over 700 flights a week into Luxembourg, from 83 airports in 27 countries. These are made up of both major cities such as Paris CDG Airport
and holiday resorts in Europe and some routes are seasonal.
Can I get to the city easily?
The Eurobus 16 leaves the airport every 10-15 minutes during the day and takes you into the city. Taxis are available or it is a 15 minute drive down the A1, if you have hired a car.
What facilities does the airport have?
It is a small airport but has all the basics you need. There are 3 ATMs if you get stuck for Euros and there is free Wi-Fi if you want to surf the internet whilst you wait for your flight. There is an executive lounge for all business class passengers, there you can catch up on the latest newspapers and have some light refreshments.
Are there any shops?
The Buy Bye outlets have everything from perfumes and spirits to specialities from Luxembourg, such as chocolates and fine wine. You can browse the rails at the fashion boutique which has designer brands like Hugo Boss and Maxmara Weekend. The accessories outlet is good for gifts or treat yourself to a Cartier Scarf or Ray Ban sunglasses.
You can get something to eat at the airport’s Panoramic Restaurant with views of the runway. You can choose from waiter service or self service and try the best in local and French dishes. There are small bars in check in and arrivals if you need a quick drink and a snack.
Is there a hotel at the airport?
The ETAP Hotel Luxembourg Airport is next to the airport and has a shuttle bus service. It is a budget hotel with 61 basic rooms with free Wi-Fi and breakfast included.
What can I see nearby?
The city of Luxembourg is in a unique location, high on a cliff and overlooking the rivers. You can visit the gothic cathedral of Notre Dame and explore the cobbled streets around the Grand Ducal Palace. Visit the Luxembourg City History Museum to find out more about the city and go underground to the Bock Casemates, tunnels and fortifications dating from 1644.
I am there for a few days…
Take a drive out to Mullerthal or ‘Little Switzerland’ as it’s locally known and see the forests and streams. Visit the village of Vianden and see its fairytale castle and the museum at Victor Hugo House. Drive the ‘Route de Vin’ from Romica into the Moselle Valley and stop at some of the wineries and go for a tasting.