Aéroport Marseille Provence
The aéroport marseille numéro is a relatively small and manageable facility, with two terminals within walking distance of one another. The main terminal is called Terminal mp1 (Marignane Provence 1), and the smaller mp2 was converted from an old freight terminal and used mostly by low budget airlines. The two terminals are connected by a corridor.
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A variety of restaurants and cafés serve everything from traditional French cuisine to fast food, including the burger joints Burger King and Comptoirs & Cie (Terminal 1, Hall A) and boutiques offering wine and local products (Air de Provence in Terminal 2 and Cure Gourmande in Terminal 1). The airport is well served by public transport, with a free shuttle bus running between the airport and the train station Vitrolles Aeroport – train to Montpellier).
For information on flights, you can visit the main customer service line at +33 820-811-414 or the website. You can also rent a car from Alamo, Avis, Budget, Europcar and Hertz, which have offices at the airport, as well as from several other local providers. Taxis are available from outside the international terminal and can be booked in advance online.