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    Car hire at Mulhouse Airport - Book & save

    Located in the centre of Europe, Mulhouse is a charming city with numerous museums dedicated to its industrial past. Car hire at Mulhouse Airport will ensure a swift beginning of your holiday in Alsace region. Auto Europe has some great deals on offer at Mulhouse Airport for both holiday makers and business visitors - something for all tastes and ages.

    Airport Information

    EuroAirport (MLH, BSL)
    Official name: EuroAirport Basel Mulhouse Freiburg
    Address: 68304 Saint-Louis, France
    Location: Due to its location close to the Swiss and German border, the airport is shared by two other cities: Basel in Switzerland and Freiburg in Germany. The airport is located some 12 miles south-east of Mulhouse, 2.2 miles north-west of Basel and 29 miles south-west of Freiburg.
    Airlines operating at EuroAirport: Air Berlin, Air France, BA, Austrian Airlines, easyJet, KLM, Lufthansa, Ryanair, Tunisair, Wizz Air, and TUIfly. Direct flights to the UK are operated by Ryanair to London Stansted, easyJet to London Gatwick, Luton & Manchester, and BA to Heathrow.

    Terminals

    The EuroAirport occupies one four-level terminal building. The Y-shaped gate area is adjacent to the terminal. Level one, also referred to as basement, constitutes as a link to the car park. Level two, or the ground level, is home to the arrivals hall. The check-in area is located on the level three, and departure gates at level four.

    Car Hire Pick up and Drop off

    Car hire at Mulhouse Airport is divided into the Swiss and French sectors. The French one is located on the level two in hall one, the Swiss counterpart is on the level two in hall four. Please check the exact pick-up details on your Auto Europe voucher. Have your driving licence and credit card ready to present them at the rental desk. Ensure you are returning the car accordingly to the fuel policy stated on the rental agreement.

    Company Opening Hours
    Europcar Monday-Friday: 7am-11pm
    Saturday 9am-12:15pm, 1pm-6pm
    Sunday 10am-12:30pm, 1:15pm-7:30pm, 8:15pm-11pm
    Avis Monday-Friday: 7am-12pm, 12:30pm-11pm
    Saturday: 9am-12pm, 12:30pm-5:30pm
    Sunday: 3:30pm-10:30pm
    Citer Monday-Friday: 7am-10:30pm
    Saturday: 8:30am-5pm
    Sunday: 4:15pm-10:30pm
    Keddy Monday-Friday: 7am-11pm
    Saturday: 9am-12:15pm, 1pm-6pm
    Sunday: 10am-12:30pm, 1:15pm-7:30pm, 8:15pm-11pm
    Hertz Monday-Friday: 7am-11pm
    Saturday: 8:30am-1pm, 2pm-6pm
    Sunday: 1:30pm-7pm, 7:30pm-10:30pm
    Sixt Monday-Friday: 7am-10pm
    Saturday: 8:30am-5pm
    Sunday: 3pm-10pm
    Enterprise Monday-Friday: 7am-10:30pm
    Saturday: 8:30am-5pm
    Sunday: 4:15pm-10:30pm
    Thrifty Monday-Friday: 7am-11pm
    Saturday: 8:30am-1pm, 2pm-6pm
    Sunday: 1:30pm-7pm, 7:30pm-10:30pm

    Airport Facilities

    Catering for three different cities, EuroAirport has its eating facilities dotted around the terminal in Schengen and non-Schengen sectors. Shops are located in both arrival and departure areas, ensuring all visitors an easy access to book stores, duty-free and souvenirs shops, and kiosks. There is a free access to the Internet thanks to Wi-Fi available throughout the whole terminal. Financial facilities such as currency exchange and ATMs are situated in both arrivals ad departures areas.

    Transportation/How to Get to the Airport

    By Car
    To get to the airport from Mulhouse, follow the A35 motorway in the south direction. Basel city centre is only 10 minutes away from the terminal; take the A3 in the nortwest direction and take the exit to the airport. Freiburg is the furthest from the airport. It takes approximately one hour to arrive at the terminal; you should follow the A5 motorway to Mulhouse and then take the A35 to the airport. Please visit our driving information in France page to familiarise yourself with the local traffic regulations.

    By public transport
    There is a large number of buses to the airport from Basel, Mulhouse, and Freiburg. Although there is no direct connection to a railway station, there is public transportation to the railway station in Basel with trains to Germany, France, and Switzerland. Taxis are available both at the French and the Swiss sector.

    Parking Tips

    All three cities that the airport serves, Mulhouse, Basel, and Freiburg have paid on-street parking and public car parks. Therefore, pay attention to the parking signs advising of the fees and time restrictions. At the airport, there are parking facilities available for both a short and a long stay.

    Useful link

    Mulhouse Airport Website

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