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Lyon-Saint Exupery Airport is Lyon's modern, international airport! At Lyon Airport Hotels, we strive to provide the best rates on hotels near the Lyon Airport! Because of our relationship with major hotel brands, we can guarantee the best rates on all featured hotels. And since our hotels have been approved by AAA and the Mobile Travel Guide, we know you'll enjoy a clean, comfortable stay.

Lyon-Saint Exupery Airport serves the Lyon Regional Municipality and most of the neighbouring areas. With several hotels, attractions, and dining options in the area, Lyon is the perfect host.

Whether your trip is for business or pleasure, we hope you'll experience the comfortable hospitality that Lyon is known for.

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About Lyon International Airport

Lyon Saint Exupery Airport (LYS) serves the metropolitan area of Lyon and the surrounding Rhone-Alpes region. Originally named the Lyon Satalas Airport, it was formally opened for passenger travel by French President Valery Giscard d"Estaing on April 12, 1975. Use of the airport grew quickly and today it is the fourth busiest in France. The airport was given its current name in the year 2000, in honor of Lyon-born poet, writer and aviator, Antoine de Saint-Exupery, commemorating what would have been his one-hundredth birthday. The hero, who died when his plane crashed during WWII, is perhaps best known as the author of the children's book, The Little Prince.

Lyon Saint Exupery Airport lies approximately 13 miles, or 20 kilometers, southeast of central Lyon. Its two runways support more than eight million passengers, from approximately 30 countries, each year. Air France has maintained a major regional hub at the airport since 1995. The airport features three U-shaped terminals, which connect at a point called "Le Centre". A wide variety of passenger services are located in Le Centre, including a concierge, currency exchange, infirmary, pharmacy, and children's play area.

Travelers requiring business services at the airport will find them in the centrally located airport Business Center. Wireless Internet, laptop and printer rentals, audio-visual equipment, secretarial services, and meeting rooms are available there.

Handicapped travelers are easily accommodated at this airport. Restrooms, ramps, and lifts are readily available. Passengers needing assistance with wheelchairs are advised to call ahead.