From Strasbourg : Let's keep flying safe!



The teams working at Strasbourg Airport will be delighted to receive passengers !

All the necessary sanitary precautions have been set up to enable resumption of commercial flights in complete safety for employees, partners, travellers and people who accompany travellers.

The teams at Strasbourg Airport remain active despite the Coronavirus Covid-19 epidemic. Here is some information that will be useful for travel in the current context.

The health pass applies to everyone over the age of 12 for air travel, including domestic flights.



Terminal opening hours


The P3 car park closes at the same time as the Airport. The outdoor car parks remain accessible. Payment can be made at the exit gates.



Traffic info and flight programme

The provisional flight programme known today for winter 2021/2022 is as follows: (last updated on January 11th)

 Flights timetable from end of October to March

Flight info: 

For real-time information on air traffic, log on to our dedicated page: 



Ticket modification/cancellation:

If you were planning to travel and need to modify or cancel your tickets, please contact your airline or travel agency directly.  





Health measures

Strasbourg Airport is methodically following the recommendations issued by the High Council for Public Health in France and the AESA (European Aviation Safety Agency) in order to guarantee your safety. 

Main health measures deployed:

  • Wearing a surgical mask will be compulsory for every person aged 6 or over who enters the terminal and all areas accessible to passengers.  Passengers must therefore have a mask when they enter the terminal, as indicated in the 11 May 2020 decree.


  • Installation of signage all through the passenger flow circuit, on physical distancing (floor marking, posters, loudspeaker announcements …) and protective gestures (handwashing…)


  • Hydroalcoholic gel will be available at various contact points along the passenger flow circuit


  • Plexiglas protection will also be set up at all information, registration and boarding desks. 


  • Heightened cleaning measures will be introduced in zones accessible to passengers, contact points, washrooms and luggage trolley handles


  • One in 2 seats will be locked out


The right things to do: 






Travel restrictions

The health pass applies to everyone over the age of 12 for air travel, including domestic flights.


We advise you to consult the travel restrictions that apply to your destination on the Website of the Foreign Office. We advise you to check entry conditions on the territory where your destination is located. 

What you need to know for people living in France :

✅Go on a trip:
Simply enter the name of the country you are travelling to.
We strongly encourage you to systematically consult this page or you might be refused access on the plane, so be vigilant!

For Corsica, we invite you to consult this link:


Before boarding and whatever your destination, a sworn statement attesting that you do not have symptoms of Covid-19 infection and that you are not aware of having been in contact with a confirmed case of Covid in the fourteen days before your flight will be requested by the airline.
You will find a model certificate on honor here : Statement of honour


✅Returning to France:

☑️Fill in a declaration on honour:
☑️Present a negative PCR test dated within 72 hours, 48 hours or 24 hours according to the country you are travelling from.

You can check here : Conseils par pays/destination - Ministère de l’Europe et des Affaires étrangères (

Depending on the area of origin, you will also have to justify a compelling reason to enter the territory.


Temperature checking

As part of the fight against Coronavirus, some airlines are taking the temperatures of passengers on departure.

This checking will be done using contact-less infrared thermometers. Only people with temperatures below 38°C will be allowed to travel. Passengers with a higher temperature than this may be suffering from the coronavirus and will not be allowed to board their flight. Their reservation will be changed free of charge for a later departure. 



Coming to the airport


Car parks

All carparks are open.

Parking Information: + 33 3 88 64 69 49


Coming to the airport in a taxi or regional express train (TER).

The TERs and taxis are still operating

See the TER shuttle timetable:



Reminder: since 11 May 2020, a protective mask must be worn on public transport.


Car hire







Services and shops

Restaurants, bars and shops :



Warning :


The automatic distribution remains accessible in the public area and in the boarding lounges.


Travel agencies :

The opening hours of the travel agencies are here



Further information and useful links

Contacts and additional information

The Strasbourg Airport teams remain available for discussion with you:

For all further information and real time recommendations, look up the following sites: