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Basle-Mulhouse Airport

Among the various airports in Mulhouse, Basle-Mulhouse Airport is said to be the most significant one as it is jointly operated by both the countries France and Switzerland. Though it is located in France, it is granted access by the people of both the countries and it serves as a wonderful instance of universal brotherhood and harmony. The onus of the operation and maintenance of the airport lies on both the countries.

The Basle-Mulhouse Airport in Mulhouse, France handles over 4 million passengers every year and the number of passengers is increasing day by day. There are various flights to Basle-Mulhouse operated by the various airlines of the world that use this airport as their base. The location of the airport is at a height of 889 feet above the mean sea level and the IATA code for France is MSL and for Switzerland is BSL, the ICAO code of this airport is LFSB. Basle-Mulhouse Airport being meant for the public transport is one of the main entries into France. The airport is located at a distance of 25 km to the south of Mulhouse.

The airport offers ample facilities for the passengers such as: Bank, bureau de change, restaurant, bars and snack bars, duty-free shops, conference room equipped with television, video recorder, overhead projector and slide projector. The hotel also ensures full convenience for the disabled as there is the facility for wheelchairs, lifts and disabled toilets.

Mulhouse is a thriving industrial city located at a distance of 35 km south of Colmar. This is a vibrant town known as a good venue for partying and enjoying the nightlife. There are several museums and archaeological sites that happen to be the lures for the tourists form the world over. It is also popular for the production of: wallpaper, firemen, railway, automobiles and fabrics.

Basle-Mulhouse Airport has an advantageous location that offers quick access to the various places of tourist interest and the hotels that are located in the vicinity of the hotel. It plays a vital role in catering to the huge inflow of the tourists from various parts of the world.