EuroAirport Basel Airport Arrivals BSL & MLH Mulhouse

EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg Airport

Flughafen Basel-Mulhouse, Postfach 142,
CH – 4030 Basel, Switzerland

Tel: +41 (0) 61 3253111
Fax: +41 (0) 61 3252577
Owner: Etablissement Public Franco-Suisse

Airport Codes
IATA code: BSL en MLH

BSL Arrivals today

MLH Arrivals today

Euro International Airport arrivals (Basel Mulhouse Freiburg)

Basel Mulhouse Euro Airport Freiburg is an international airport in the French Alsace region, located in the administrative commune of Saint-Louis near the French-German-Swiss border. It is located 3.5 kilometers (2.2 miles) northwest of Basel, Switzerland, 20 kilometers (12 miles) southeast of Mulhouse, France, and 46 kilometers (29 miles) southwest of Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany. Basel arrivals are interesting for all people in the above regions.

An international convention governs the administration of Basel Mulhouse Euro Airport. Blotzheim is the headquarters of the airport, which is located in France. The board of directors of the airport has eight members from France and Switzerland and two German advisors.

Top routes from BSL
Airlines and destinations

Most Basel Mulhouse Freiburg airport arrivals are with the following airlines:

  • Vueling
  • Wizz Air
  • Aegean Airlines
  • Air Transat
  • British Airways
  • Brussels Airlines
  • Corendon Airline
  • EasyJet
  • Turkish Airlines
  • Pegasus Airlines
  • Ryanair
  • Nouvelair
  • Holiday Europe
  • Corendon Airline
  • KLM
  • Iberia
  • Eurowings
  • Lufthansa

These above carriers have many routes to all over Europe. Some of the Basel Euroairport arrivals are flying from the following destinations:

Basel airport Terminals

The EuroAirport is composed of a single terminal block, a four-story brick-style main hall, and a Y-shaped gate area for all Basel Mulhouse arrivals. The car park is accessible from the basement (Level 1), while the Basel airport flight arrivals services are located on the ground level (Level 2). The check-in area is split into halls 1-4 on Level 3, while the exit gates are on Level 4.


Gates 1-2, 20-46, 60-61, and 78-87 are located in the gate section, with gates 22-32 serving non-Schengen Basel Mulhouse airport arrivals. Six of the boarding gates have jet bridges, while the other gates are used for walking or bus boarding. The land-side areas are divided into a French and a Swiss section for Basel flight arrivals.

Basel Airport ground transportation
  • Car: The airport is linked to the A3 highway, which runs from Basel to Zürich in the southeast of Switzerland.
  • Bus: The Euro Airport has many bus services to and from all three countries around it:

The airport is connected to the Basel SBB railway station to have Basel Mulhouse Freiburg arrivals. It is the main Swiss and French railway station in Basel, by the BVB bus No. 50. During the weekdays, a service is provided every 7–8 minutes. While on weekends, there are every 10 minutes Basel airport arrivals during the day. The journey will take about 20 minutes.

A reservation confirmation from a nearby hotel guarantees a free public transportation transfer from the Basel Mulhouse Euro Airport to the hotel on the day of a visitor’s BSL arrivals in Basel. Bus No. 11 links the airport to the Saint-Louis train station within 10 minutes from the French exit.

Flixbus, a German private bus operator, makes up to five daily stops in Zürich, Basel, and Freiburg. FlixBus, on the other hand, only services the airport’s French exit.

  • Rail: The nearest train station, Saint-Louis-la-Chaussée, is 900 meters north of the terminal as of 2021. There are proposals to build a dedicated airport rail route, which is expected to open in the 2020s.