Bourg d’Oisans transfers from Lyon St-Exupery Airport are available in February only during the 2020 / 2021 ski season. Bourg d’Oisans is the town on the valley floor that you pass through on the way to Alpe d’Huez and Les Deux Alpes. It is the transport hub for all the surrounding resorts. From Bourg d’Oisans you can catch buses and taxis to Villard Reculas, Auris en Oisans, La Grave and more. All Ben’s Bus services from Grenoble Airport and Lyon Airport to Alpe d’Huez and Les Deux Alpes can stop at Bourg d’Oisans. We can also stop at Rochetaillee if you are heading to Vaujany or Oz en Oisans. Bourg is the last decent-sized town on the way to Serre Chevalier, before you hit the “Col du Lauteret”.
LYON AIRPORT TO BOURG D’OISANS TRANSFERS WITH BEN’S BUS
We have the cheapest rates on the market for this route. A Return from Lyon St Exupery Airport to Bourg d’Oisans costs just £61pp Return. With our group discounts you could be paying just £53.50pp Return. We also offer a 10% discount for children under 12. Visit our Prices page for a full list of our charges.
Our ski transfer buses on Saturdays have reps to greet you at Lyon Airport and are direct to Bourg d’Oisans. On all other days, our lovely drivers will meet and greet you at the airport. These buses may then pass via Grenoble Airport to pick up passengers there. This is only a small detour and does not add a significant amount of time to the overall journey. Please select the option below to read more about our service. If you cannot find the information you are looking for below, we may have it on our Lyon Airport Ski Transfer Questions page.
We operate our Lyon Airport to Bourg d’Oisans transfer service on the following dates:
FROM LYON AIRPORT : 13th, 20th & 27th February 2021.
TO LYON AIRPORT : 20th & 27th Feb and the 6th March 2021.
At all other times, you have the option of public transport, a private transfer or a hire car. Visit this page of our website to see what we recommend.
For accurate bus times, use our Online Booking Form and enter your dates, the route you are interested in and the number of Adults and Children in your group. The next page will ask for your flight details and the page will then refresh to show you our available buses.
If you arrive into Lyon too late on a Saturday evening for our last service, you could stay in one of the many hotels close to the Airport and take our Sunday morning service to your resort.
Remember, you could book a Single with us for one leg of your journey and travel the other way with another company. Visit this page of our website to see what public transport and private taxi options we recommend.
Our bus stop is at the only bus station in Bourg d’Oisans, the VFD Gare Routiere. It is very close to the town centre and there is shelter at the bus station.
When we think the airport will be busy, we allow more time, but generally we allow 45 minutes for customers to clear Passport Control and Baggage Reclaim.
If you are delayed, we can wait for you but we may not be able to wait longer than 15 minutes after your bus’ scheduled departure time. After that, provided there is space, you can travel on our next service, if there is one, for free. We leave empty seats on all our services for exactly this reason.
We monitor flight arrival times so you don’t need to contact us if you are delayed. Our team will be busy trying to accommodate you on another service. Or they may be holding the bus back. On Saturdays, when you come out of Arrivals, just find our rep and they will update you. On other days, please call the number on your eTicket.
The journey between Lyon Airport and Bourg d’Oisans takes about 1 hour 40 minutes in normal traffic. If you are going to arrange onward transport to your final destination, just give the taxi company your Ben’s Bus departure time from Lyon Airport. They will then suggest how to co-ordinate the changeover with you on the day.
To see a list of bus companies and taxi firms, visit our Bourg d’Oisans and expand the section ONWARD TRANSPORT.
For your journey back to the airport, we allow more time when we know the travelling conditions may be bad, such as during the school holidays or at certain times of the day. Our buses need to pass along the Grenoble ring road and at rush hour on weekdays, we allow extra time for this.