Cheapest car hire in Saint Denis Airport
From € 14.02
*daily rates in Saint Denis Airport based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
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*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.
Useful things to know about Saint Denis Airport
- Saint-Denis Airport is very busy serving nearly 2m passengers each year
- The airport is named after the famous French aviator who was born in Reunion
- A tram link from the airport to the capital is currently under consideration
- Three airlines operate flights to Paris whilst another flies to Marseille
- It’s just under four miles from the airport to the capital
Saint Denis Airport Mini Guide
I’ve Never Heard of Reunion?
It’s an idyllic French island in the Indian Ocean, east of Madagascar.
It’s everything you’d imagine a tropical island to be as it has beautiful white sandy beaches, stunning volcanic scenery, rainforest and more. It’s also got great French and Creole fusion food.
How do I get to Saint-Denis Airport?
Most similar islands would need about a week of connecting flights to get you there but not Saint-Denis. It’s a major international airport with four flights to French airports which have quick and cheap connections to the UK
. Hop on a plane to Paris
or Marseille and your onward flight to Reunion will be waiting for you.
What is the Airport Like?
It’s reasonably big – it has to be for the two million passengers that use it each year. There is a reasonable number of facilities there including four shops; two of them selling duty free products whilst there’s also a bookshop selling magazines, newspapers and tobacco products. Finally, for those last minute gifts there’s a store offering local souvenirs and clothing. You can collect your hire car from the desk in the arrivals hall and get some cash to pay for it at the solitary ATM. If you’re hungry when you arrive or whilst waiting for your flight home, the airport restaurant serves up a good range of hot and cold food and drink. Less mobile passengers are also well catered for with assistance available when pre-booked.