Grenoble Isere Airport GNB
is an international airport, which advertises itself as the 'low-cost airport of the Rhone-Alpes region' of south-east France.
GNB Airport located 2.5 km northwest of Saint-Etienne de Saint Geoirs, and 40 km northwest of Grenoble, in the Isere Department, and situated in the beautiful Rhone-Alpes region, France’s second-largest region both in terms of economy and population. The Airport can be accessed via the Axe de Bievre link road from A43/A48 (Lyon, Grenoble Chambery), which connects west to A49 (to Valence) and north to A7 (to Lyon).
With two runways and 0.3 million passengers per annum, Grenoble Isere Airport is served mainly by low-cost airlines, with different seasonal schedules. In winter seasonal charters fly to popular ski and vacation destinations. The Airport is open 7am-9pm.
The passenger terminal at Grenoble Isere Airport
has a capacity for up to one million passengers, with a high-level security system. Amenities in the terminal include many tour operators, two Relay stores, a Multistore, a Sports & Fashion Store, a Bar and Restaurant, a Duty-Free Shop, an ATM cash machine, a bicycle wrapping service, rental car counters, a VIP area Business Center (tel. +33 4 76 65 4848) with conference rooms for rent, and tour operators.
The Actibus offers bus service from the Airport to Grenoble city center - tel. 04.76.06.48.66. In the winter season 2016/76, starting December 2015, the Aeroport Express /Actibus shuttles will be available.
For shuttle service within the Isere county open: www.transisere.fr
Ben's Bus operates shuttle services on weekends to many of the French resorts. For more information open www.bensbus.co.uk.