Grenoble Airport Ski Transfers operate throughout the 2023 / 2024 winter ski season. Low cost but great value ski transfers is our specialty. We are the cheapest travel option out of Grenoble Airport, with prices from just £49.50pp Return. Ben’s Bus has been running shared ski transfers for 17 years. Our experienced and friendly team will ensure your transfer is safe, comfortable and efficient – and all at the best possible price.
HOW TO FIND THE BENS’ BUS REP AT GRENOBLE AIRPORT
Our coaches generally park right outside the exit for the Arrivals. They usually have Ben’s Bus signs in the window displaying their destination. On Saturdays and Sundays, our uniformed reps will greet you and show you your bus. If you cannot find our rep, please be back at the Arrivals 30 minutes before your departure time. On weekdays, we don’t have reps but our drivers will have your name on his list and a sign in his windscreen.
Information about how to find our reps in your resort will be displayed on your eticket once you book with us.
GRENOBLE AIRPORT SHARED TRANSFERS ARE AVAILABLE TO THE FOLLOWING SKI RESORTS
We can also help you if you are travelling to La Tania, Peisey and Les Coches (from Aime) La Rosiere, Villard Reculas and Auris en Oisans. Our transfers buses can take you most of the way there. If you are looking to get to Grenoble city centre on the shuttle bus, visit this page of our website.
BEN’S BUS TRANSFER SERVICE FROM GRENOBLE AIRPORT
Ben’s Bus started operating out of Grenoble Airport in 2006 and is now the largest provider of airport ski transfers. We offer regular and reliable shuttle buses to all the major French ski resorts. When you arrive, a Ben’s Bus rep or driver will help you to your coach, which are usually parked right outside the Arrivals Lounge. This means you get the quickest transfer time possible to your ski resort. All vehicles used by Ben’s Bus are fully insured, registered and licensed to operate in France.
GRENOBLE AIRPORT INFORMATION
Grenoble Isère International Airport, also known as Grenoble St Geoirs Airport (GNB) is situated 51 kms (about 30 miles) North West of Grenoble. It is very close to the A48 motorway. Originally built in 1967 for the 1968 Grenoble Winter Olypmics, the airport has recently grown significantly, both in size and passenger volume. It is serviced by many Low Cost Airlines such as easyJet, Ryanair, BA, Norweigan, Transavia and Jet 2. Flights arrive from various destinations in the UK, Ireland, Holland and Sweden. It benefits from being quite a small airport as you usually clear customs & baggage reclaim relatively quickly.