Find the cheapest flight to Toulouse

Toulouse Blagnac International Airport (airport code TLS) is named for the two towns it lies between – Toulouse to the southeast and Blagnac to the north. What might otherwise be a relatively unimportant airport to most travelers outside France has gained international importance because Airbus assembles its airplanes at a facility nearby and runs its test flights from the Toulouse Blagnac airport. Despite this importance, you might find it challenging to get a good deal on a direct flight to Toulouse. If so, try your luck with getting a round-trip ticket to Paris and then catching a budget carrier flight to Toulouse and back.

For a complete list of the airlines serving Toulouse, see this page. You can search a few days’ worth of flight departures and flight arrivals here (on the right, choose the city to fly to/from , the date and click Search). Your shopping options are listed here and your dining options here. If you just cannot wait to see your holiday pictures in print, you can get digital photographs printed while you wait. You can also turn them immediately into personalized postcards. To see some of the other services available in the airport, go here. Ground transportation options include shuttles and buses, taxis and trains and you can find all information here. You can also rent a car from one of the agencies listed here.

Be sure to check these deals on international airfare to France, and then read through our Toulouse Travel Guide to learn about what to do and where to stay once you get there.

More Information on Toulouse

Toulouse was once among France’s richest cities, selling blue coloring to Europe. More recently, the city has become something of a world headquarters for aviation development, causing another surge in the local economy. Whereas the last boom saw the construction of many hotels and mansions, the Toulouse of today is apparently wise to the fluctuations of the market and has not been spending money frivolously in recent years. One of the charms of Toulouse today is, in fact, the architecture of the old mansions, some of which are open to the public.