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Marseille Airport

General information

Marseille is the oldest city in France, located at the Mediterranean Sea in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region. Free shuttle buses run from the airport to the railway station Vitrolles Aéroport Marseille Provence.


Where is Marseille Airport situated?

Marseille Airport is located north-west of the city. You can easily reach the airport via the A7 motorway, which is the southern part of the ‘Autoroute du Soleil’.

How many terminals does Marseille Airport have?

The airport has two terminals, Terminal 1 (MP1) and Terminal 2 (MP2). Terminal 1 is divided into Hall A and Hall B. In 2006 Marseille Airport opened as the first airport in Europe a terminal dedicated to low-cost flights: MP2 (Marseille Provence 2). In the coming years, Terminal 1 of Marseille Airport will be expanded to accommodate the growing number of passengers.

Airport Map

Nearby airports

A good alternative for flying to or from Marseille Airport are the following airports, sorted by distance from the airport. You can also take a look at the complete list of airports in France.

Airport Distance
Toulon-Hyères Airport 85km
Montpellier Airport 102km
Nice Airport 163km



The distance from Marseille Airport to the centre of Marseille is 27 kilometres. By car, it takes 30 minutes to get to the centre of Marseille.

From MRS Airport to Marseille City centre by Car
27 km
30 min

Travel by car

Public transport

It is possible to travel to and from Marseille Airport by public transport. If you opt for public transport to and from Marseille Airport you can travel by train and bus. Visit the Marseille Airport transportation page for the possibilities.

Public transport

Bus services

You can also choose for an airport express bus service at Marseille Airport. Learn more about your travel options, travel time and where to buy tickets.

Bus services

Taxi transfer

A taxi is the quickest and most comfortable way to get to and from Marseille Airport. The price for a taxi ride from the airport to the centre of Marseille is about € 50.-. Book your taxi at Marseille Airport and discover the comfort of pre-booked taxis.

From MRS Airport to Marseille City centre by Taxi
27 km
30 min
€ 50.-

Book a taxi

Car rental

At Marseille Airport you can rent a car from car rental companies Alamo (Enterprise Holdings), National (Enterprise Holdings), Avis, Budget, Sixt, Enterprise, Europcar, Hertz and local providers. It is most convenient to find and book a car well in advance. By doing so, you can save money and time at the airport.

Airport parking

Marseille Airport offers various official parking options, from premium to low cost. In addition, alternative parking options are available near the airport. If you want to park as cheaply as possible, it's wise to book online!

Book your parking space

At the airport

Do you want more information about facilities, currency exchange, services, free Wi-Fi, lounges, etc. at Marseille Airport? Check our at the airport page for a complete overview of all facilities and services at Marseille Airport.



Departures and arrivals

Looking for departure times and/or arrival times? Find the latest flight status information for flights departing from and arriving at Marseille Airport.

Flight tickets

Looking for a cheap flight? Use our flight search engine to find and book cheap flights from and to the airport.

Which airlines fly from and to Marseille Airport?

We offer you a list of airlines at Marseille Airport. The main airlines at the airport are:

  • Air France
  • Ryanair
  • Volotea
  • Vueling
  • easyJet


Hotels near the airport

Looking for the best hotels near Marseille Airport? We have selected the best hotels near the airport in different price ranges. Take a look at our accommodations page for more information.


Best Western Marseille Aeroport, Vitrolles

Located in the heart of Marseille Provence Airport, Best Western Marseille Aeroport offers a free shuttle service. Guests are invited to use the outdoor heated pool open throughout the year.


ibis budget Marseille Aeroport Provence, Marignane

Conveniently situated just 400 metres from Marseille Airport, this hotel offers modern accommodation. It provides free WiFi access in the entire hotel. All the rooms at ibis budget Marseille Aeroport come with a private bathroom.


greet Hotel Marseille Provence Aéroport, Vitrolles

Featuring a 24-hour reception, the Comfort Hotel Marseille Airport futur Greet Marseille Provence Airport is located 1 km from Marseille-Provence Airport.

Hotels in Marseille

Looking for the best hotels in Marseille? We have selected the best hotels in the city in different price ranges. Take a look at our accommodations page for more information.


Mama Shelter Marseille, Marseille

This hotel offers a unique, modern design and rooms equipped with free WiFi and a smart TV.


Holiday Inn Express Marseille Saint Charles, an IHG Hotel, Marseille

Holiday Inn Express Marseille Saint Charles is opposite the train station and a 10-minute walk from the Vieux Port in Marseille’s city centre. It offers en suite rooms and free Wi-Fi.


InterContinental Marseille - Hotel Dieu, an IHG Hotel, Marseille

InterContinental Marseille - Hotel Dieu is set in a superb 18th century building in the historic quarter of Marseille, 350 metres from the Old Port. WiFi access is available.

Things to do

It is possible to book tickets, activities and tours in the city and near Marseille Airport. You can avoid queues and save money by buying your tickets online. Planning a trip and wondering what to do, we give you some inspiration!


Marseille CityPass: 24 Hours, 48 Hours or 72 Hours

The must-have to discover Marseille! Public transports, touristic buses and small touristic trains, museums, culture, and leisure activities: all-inclusive packages. See terms and conditions.


Panier Neighborhood 1-Hour Segway Tour

Enjoy a 1 hour Segway tour which brings you to the charming and authentic Panier district in Marseille.

Tour & transport

From Marseille: Lavender Sault, Roussillon and Gordes Tour

Visit Sault, the capital of lavender and its surrounding lavender fields. Then spend the afternoon discover Roussillon and Gordes in the Luberon Valley, two of the most beautiful villages in France.


  7 reviews

Have you visited Marseille Airport lately? So far, 7 airport passengers have written an airport review about Marseille Airport. This airport has an average score of 2 out of 5. Provide other airport travellers with essential airport information and tell us about your airport experience.

Latest airport reviews

Tito Rodriguez
1 year ago

SUPER ECO !!!! DO NOT GO THERE!!!! THEY STOLE INSIDE MY CAR !!!! VERY VERY DANGEROUS , thieves and the parking takes no responsibility!!!

3 years ago

Terminal 2 (the Low-Cost Terminal) at Marseille Airport is usually very busy. When you enter the building there are many check-in counters to check-in your bag but you'll only receive a label here and you need to bring your bag to the baggage drop off yourself. After the security check, there is just one hall with seating area, some shops and some places where you can get food. Usually, there is not much place to sit because there are so many people. Sometimes there are some free seats upstairs (if you follow the sign to the toilets). Unfortunately, you can't already go to your gate to wait there because your gate is only indicated 30 min before departure...

Chris Bamforth
3 years ago

We travelled from Marseille airport with EasyJet in July. There were only two lines for check in, and neither of them moved for 20 minutes. We were just stood in the ‘Speedy Boarding’ queue for 20 minutes without an explanation. Everyone around us was asking what the problem was, no-one knew. When the queue started moving, it was very slow - seemed a very manual process.
We ate at the ‘Cantine des Voyageurs’ which had only one server, covering the till, hot drinks and everything, at her own leisurely pace with no sense of urgency or even a smile. The baguettes were all wrapped in cellophane but left open at one end so going hard. Nice choice of cakes set out ‘deli style’ that you could select from yourself & take to the till, but there were lots of flies on them and on the dining tables,.

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