Page updated on January 21st, 2021

 

Marseille Provence airport remains open

Marseille Provence airport remains open 24/7 to play a key role in the fight against COVID-19 and in the economic maintenance of the territory: repatriation flights, flights dedicated to the transport of patients, transport of goods...

All of the updated information that is available below.


 

 

How to prepare your trip & come to the airport?

Prepare your trip

Beyond the usual preparation for an airplane flight (identity papers, containers of less than 100 mL in the cabin, etc.), there are now several recommendations to be taken into account in order to comply with health measures.

To see this information, go to the page: >TRAVEL SAFE

Since Monday, January 18, 2021, border restrictions in France will be tightened, in particular for passengers arriving in France.

For passengers coming from Ethiopia, Reunion, Morocco, United Kingdom (repatriation), Senegal, Tunisia, Turkey, you will now be asked before boarding:

  • a declaration of honor stating that you are not symptomatic and have not been in contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 within the past 14 days;
  • a certificate of negative results of a PCR test of less than 72 hours;
  • a declaration of honor committing you to respect a 7-day isolation period upon your arrival, after which you will perform a new PCR test.

For passengers from other destinations, you will only be required to provide a declaration stating that you are symptom-free and have not been in contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 within the past 14 days in addition to the usual documents.

As of Sunday January 24, 2021, all passengers entering French territory (intra-EU and non-EU) must have passed a PCR test less than 72 hours before their flight and present, before boarding:

  • a declaration of honor that you are symptom-free and have not been in contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 within the past 14 days;
  • a certificate of negative results of a PCR test of less than 72 hours;
  • a declaration of honor committing you to a 7-day isolation period upon arrival, after which you will perform a new PCR test.


- If your destination country requests the results of a PCR test of less than 72 hours before entering the territory, please check our dedicated page to find a laboratory in the airport area

- Allow sufficient time to check in and go through security passages, respecting the new sanitary procedures;

- If possible, and in order to limit contact during boarding, check in directly online using the tools available through your airline;

- If your flight (or journey to / from the airport to catch your flight) is between 6 p.m. and 6 a.m., you must have an exceptional travel certificate. Your boarding pass or proof of flight reservation should be valid. 


Access to the airport

All of our flights are currently taking off from Terminal 1 (Terminal 2 is temporarily closed given the reduced traffic during this particular periode).

To get to the airport, taxis and public transport are available to make your trips.

BUSES:View the shuttle and buses schedules

TER TRAINS:
- Monday to Friday: 69 trains serving the Vitrolles - Aéroport Marseille Provence (VAMP) station from 6:06 a.m. to 8:59 p.m.
- Saturday and Sunday: 39 trains serving the VAMP station from 6:06 am to 10:39 pm
For detailed train schedules, see www.oui.sncf.

PERSONAL CAR:
If you are going to the airport with your personal vehicle, you can book your parking space upstream via the AMP Store website.

Boarding procedures and on board

To protect everyone's health, the procedures are strict and specific to each airline. We invite you to go directly to your airline website in order to comply with the associated boarding protocols.

 

 


Information on flights confirmed by airlines

To help you plan your trip, you will find below the list of flights that have been confirmed by the airlines to date. (weekly update ; last update on January 21st, 2021)

Download the list of confirmed flights

To find out the schedules of the flights operated and to buy your plane tickets, we invite you to go directly to your airline's website, which has the most up-to-date information.

 

 


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Cancellation, refund and exchange

 

You wish to cancel or postpone your trip

If you wish to cancel or postpone your trip, we advise you to contact your airline to find out the conditions applied. You can also contact your travel agency if you have booked your trip through.

Your airline canceled your flight 

In the event that your airline has canceled your flight, we invite you to contact it directly to find out the refund or exchange conditions applied. 

Car park

If you have reserved parking at Marseille Provence Airport and you or your airline canceled your flight during the health crisis, exceptional measures are planned: 
• We refund the amount of your parking reservation for any reservation that has not yet started (your cancellation request must be made at the latest one hour before the start of your reservation). To do so, go to your AMP Store account to cancel your reservation.
• If your reservation has already started and has not been used, you can send us your request for reimbursement via our  contact form.

Public transport

If you wish to cancel a bus shuttle ticket booked through AMP Store, you can request a full refund using our contact form.

 

 


Services and shops

Given the French context, the services and restaurants usually available to passengers are not all open. . Restaurants and cafés only offer take-out.

View shops and restaurants.

Outside the terminals:

 

Terminal 2 is currently closed.

 

 


Contact & useful links

 

Contact

For any questions, we invite you to go to our  FAQ and use our contact form.

See all information to TRAVEL SAFE

 

Additional information and useful links


For further information and real-time recommendations, visit the following sites:

 


All Marseille Provence Airport team is looking forward to meeting you. In the meantime, take care of yourself and your closest ones.