The Lausanne Airport is the fourth largest facility in Switzerland, as it sees more than 35,000 aircraft movements per year. The facility is a civil airport, located in the north of Lausanne in Vanton Vaud.
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When your flight is either taking off or landing, you will be able to experience the beauty of the city of Lausanne, as it lies on a slope that descends a plateau to the shore of Lake Geneva. Upon liftoff, make sure to make note of the breathtaking view of the famous vineyards of Laveaux. There are a number of shops and newsstands inside the airport, as well as multiple currency exchange kiosks and ATMs that are available for passenger use. Grab a bite to eat before your flight and watch the planes as they take off and land at the restaurant terrace that overlooks the runways.
Employees working at any of the airport's information desks will be able to assist passengers with questions. These individuals will be able to provide you with specific airport information, as well as information regarding currency conversion and other travel related needs.
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Aéroport de Lausanne-Blécherette
Lausanne, Canton of Vaud, 1018
IATA Code: none
ICAO Code: LSGL
General Information: Lausanne Airport or Aéroport de Lausanne-Blécherette in French a small civil airport located in the north of Lausanne, Switzerland. It has no scheduled commercial traffic and is used for general aviation. It also serves as a base for Swiss rescue services.