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The South West of France is well-served by a number of regional airports.

There was a time when travelling by air to the South West of France meant either flying to Paris and changing planes, or flying to Bordeaux or Toulouse, or finding a charter to take you to the religious centre of Lourdes.

All that is changing with the advent of low-cost airlines serving regional airports both in the UK and the rest of Europe. flybe, for example, recently opened up a route from Bristol to Bordeaux while Ryan Air now serve Biarritz and Pau.

To the East is Toulouse airport, another of France's main regional centres with international flights. To the south is the tiny airport of Hondarribia, just over the Spanish border from Hendaye.

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Biarritz. Major tourist centre on the Basque coast with English connections
Parme-Biarritz, as the airport is known, has regional flights by Air France, and is also served by Ryan Air from London Stansted.
Air France
Bordeaux.
Bordeaux airport is one of France's main regional centres with international flights by a number of carriers including Air France.
Air France
Hendaye. Border town on the Basque coast
Hondarribia airport is just over the border in Spain.
Lourdes. Major centre for Catholic pilgrims throughout the world.
Lourdes boasts a small airport - with a good restaurant - served by a number of charters catering for both religious and ski groups.
Pau. Elegant city heavily influenced by the British, now capital of the Pyrénées-Atlantiques
Pau's airport was once just served by Air France and charters, but now has a service from London Stansted with Ryan Air.
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