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==Get in==
Limoges Airport is served by a growing number of airlines. Air France, Ryanair , FlyBe, Chalair and British Airways all operate to Limoges. Flights from Gatwick are operated by British Airways. Ryanair operates flights to Manchester, Leeds, Bristol and London Stanstead. Flybe operate to Southampton. Chalair operate to Lyon and Air LinairParis Orly twice daily. There is a dedicated taxi service that runs from the airport to the city centre and is charged at a flat rate of 25€. There is also a handful of bus routes that serve the proximity of the airport. There isn't a dedicated bus service to and from the airport however. A walk is required to the nearest bus stops. The 26 bus route is the nearest to the airport and is situated about 5 minutes from the airport. The buses into the city centre are very infrequent however. You can also buy a ticket on the bus and the buses charge per journey. The cost is around 1.60€ The main railway station of Limoges is the Gare de Limoges-Bénédictins. It offers direct connections with Paris, and Toulouse, and several regional destinations. The motorway A20 connects Limoges with Chateauroux, Vierzon, Orléans and Paris to the north, and Brive-la-Gaillarde, Cahors, Montauban and Toulouse to the south. The nearest airport is Limoges – Bellegarde Airport. Urban transport in Limoges and its metropolitan area is operated by Société de Transports en Commun de Limoges Métropole. The Limoges urban bus network includes the Limoges trolleybus system, one of only four such systems currently operating in France.  Limoges airport is around 6 miles / 10 km away from the city centre and is walkable although there is a slight amount of walking on a 90km carriageway for the first 500m. The rest of the walk is through countryside and through small villages.
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