Getting to our resorts couldn't be easier. Most of the resorts are less than an hour and a half from the airport by minibus. The airports are served throughout the winter months by UK flights with airlines such as Easyjet and British Airways, as well as various other providers.
There are many specialist airport transfer providers to choose from, offering private and shared transfer services. For solo skiers and small groups, shared transfer services are recommended. We can arrange your transfer to and from our resorts - just let us know your details.
If you are flying to Morzine or Les Gets then we would highly recommend you fly into Geneva (GVA) airport. Geneva airport is 73 kilometres from Morzine or Les Gets and has a transfer time of about one hour ten minutes. A lot of this is on motorway. This is the route almost everyone who flies in takes.
Lyon (LYS) airport is 199 kilometres from Morzine or Les Gets but It is usually better to avoid Lyon if possible as there are far fewer transfer options available.
Please let us know when you have booked your flights and we can arrange to have your transfers all ready and waiting for you when you land. We do not charge extra for organising this for you.
There are a number of airports suitable for Meribel but we would recommend Geneva (GVA) as the best airport to fly into. If this is not suitable we can also recommend Lyon (LYS). Transfers from Geneva (GVA) or Lyon (LYS) typically take about two hours.
Chambery (CMF) is also an option but It is usually better to avoid Chambery if possible as even though it is closer there are far fewer transfer options available.
Please note where possible it is best to book flights that land any time between about 09:00 in the morning and 18:00 in the evening as this is when the scheduled transfers are most available. For transfers we can recommend the following companies:
3 Valleys TransfersBen's BusPleisure Transfers3 Valleys Vans
If you are flying to Chamonix then we would recommend you fly into Geneva (GVA) airport. Geneva airport is 90 kilometres from Chamonix and has a transfer time of about one hour fifteen minutes. Most of this is on motorway. This is the route almost everyone who flies in takes.
Chambery (CMF) airport is 135 kilometres from Chamonix but It is usually better to avoid Chambery if possible as there are far fewer transfer options available.Please let us know when you have booked your flights and we can arrange to have your transfers all ready and waiting for you when you land. We do not charge extra for organising this for you.
If you are flying to Zell Am See then we would recommend you fly into Salzburg (SZG) airport. Salzburg airport is 73 kilometres from Zell Am See and has a transfer time of about one hour thirty minutes. This is the airport almost everyone who flies in takes. Transfers from Salzburg or Munich can take the form of a bus, taxi or train depending on your preference.
Munich airport (MUC) can also be used. It is 200 kilometres away but it is not the preferred airport as there are fewer transfer options available. Innsbruck airport (INN) is also an option, it is 145 kilometres away.
Recommended Transfer Route: A company called Holiday Shuttle is a great option. They operate 7 times a day from Salzburg and Munich airports. So long as you book a few days ahead and provide the hotel address it is a proper door to door service. You will save by booking a return ticket as the cost is 89 euros per seat return. To book please check their website at www.holiday-shuttle.at
By Train: You can take a train from Salzburg main train station to Zell Am See. It takes about 2h 10m. You must first get a line 2 bus from the airport to the train station. From the train station you take one of the Regional Express trains to Zell Am See.
By Taxi: A private minivan style taxi can be gotten for about €150 one way for the vehicle. These can usually fit between five to seven people.
By Bus: You can get a bus number 260 directly from Salzburg Airport to Zell Am See. It mas many stops along the way but it actually works out being slightly faster (1h 45m) than taking the train.
Top Tip: If you are getting an evening flight home you can get an early morning train to Salzburg and spend the day there exploring the beautiful old world city.
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