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    Car hire at Lille Airport at the best prices

    Pay a visit to Lille, a city in the Nord-Pas de Calais region. Car hire from Lille Airport allows you to travel in northern France at your own pace and hop up to its eastern neighbour Belgium. Auto Europe has some great deals on offer and, thanks to our local and international suppliers, ensures the best service and a large choice of vehicle categories.

    Airport Information

    Lille Airport (LIL)
    Official name: Lille-Lesquin Airport or Lesquin Airport
    Address: Route de l'aéroport, 59810 Lesquin, France
    Location: The airport is located in Lesquin, 5 miles south-east from Lille in the north-east of France, close to Belgian border.
    Airlines operating at Lille Airport: Aigle Azur, Air Algérie, Air France, easyJet, easyJet Switzerland, HOP!, Ryanair, Transavia France, Tunisair, Vueling. Seasonal flights are operated by Jetairfly, Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium, Volotea, and XL Airways France. There are, unfortunately, no direct lights from the UK to Lille.

    Terminals

    The airport terminal consists of a two-storey building with all main facilities on the second floor, which is divided into public, arrivals and departures areas. Level one is home to snack and drink facilities; the ground level, also called zero level, provides the access to car parks.

    Car Hire Pick-up and Drop-off

    Car rental desks are located conveniently on the second level, outside the arrivals area. To be able to pick up your car hire from Lille Airport, you will need to present your driving licence and a credit card in the name of the main driver for the security deposit block. Also, remember to bring your Auto Europe's voucher, on which you will find the name of your supplier and fuel policy details. Inspect the vehicle for any existing damage and check the fuel level. When dropping off the car, make sure to bring it full or empty, according to your fuel policy, and return the car clean.

    Company Opening Hours
    Europcar Monday-Friday: 7:15am-10:15pm
    Saturday: 8am-12pm, 12:30pm-3:30pm
    Sunday: 8am-4pm, 4:30pm-10pm
    Avis Monday-Friday:7:30am-10:15pm
    Saturday 7:30am-11:30am
    Sunday: 4:45pm-6pm, 7:15pm-10:15pm
    Budget Monday-Friday 9am-12pm, 2pm-6pm
    Saturday-Sunday: closed
    Citer Monday-Friday: 7:15am-10:15pm
    Saturday: 8am-12pm
    Sunday: 4pm-10:15pm
    Keddy Monday-Friday: 7:15am-10:15pm
    Saturday: 8am-12pm, 12:30pm-3:30pm
    Sunday: 8am-4pm, 4:30pm-10pm
    Hertz Monday-Friday: 7:30am-10pm
    Saturday: 8am-1pm, 2pm-10pm
    Sunday: 1:30pm-10pm
    Sixt Monday-Friday: 8am-12:30pm, 2pm-7pm
    Saturday: 8am-12pm
    Sundays closed
    Enterprise Monday-Friday: 7:15am-22:15pm
    Saturday: 8am-12pm, Sunday: 4pm-10:15pm
    Thrifty Monday-Friday: 7:30am-10pm
    Saturday: 8am-1pm, 2pm-10pm
    Sunday: 1:30pm-10pm
    Interrent Monday-Friday: 8am-12pm, 2:59pm-6pm
    Saturday: 8am-12pm, 12:29pm-3:30pm
    Sunday closed

    Airport Facilities

    The airport is home to numerous facilities that will make your stay enjoyable and comfortable. There is a great restaurant, café, and snack shop on the level two of the terminal. This is also where visitors may use the ATM's and change machines. Information desk and post service are also on the level two in the main hall. Throughout the terminal building, there is a Wi-Fi access with the first 15 minutes of usage free. A duty-free shop is situated in the departures area. Newspapers, magazines, books and gifts shop is located in the main hall on the level two.

    Transportation/How to get to the Airport

    By car
    When leaving the airport by car, take the Route de l'aéroport leading you to the A1 motorway that will take you to Lille. It takes approximately 20 minutes to arrive to the city centre. To visit the historic Dunkirk coast, take the A25 motorway from Lille and you will reach your destination in about an hour. If you would like to learn about French road regulations, please visit our driving information page.

    By bus
    A shuttle bus to Lille stops outside the departure area, near the entrance door A.
    The bus terminates in front of Euralille shopping centre, close to the train, metro and tram Lille Flanders station. The journey from the airport to the city is about 20 minutes long. The shuttle operates daily.

    By taxi
    There are several taxi companies providing their services at the airport. Taxi rank is situated in the drop off area in front of the terminal's level two.

    Parking

    For dropping off or picking up passengers at the airport, we recommend the P2 parking, located opposite the airport, where the first 15 minutes are free. The terminal is approachable in less than five minutes. For one day trips, it is best to use the P3 Proximity and P1 for a long stay.

    In the city centre of Lille, paid on-street parking is in operation, which is divided into two zones, the orange and green one. There are also public car parks dotted around the city and free P+R facilities in the outskirts of Lille.

    Useful links

    Lille Airport Website