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30 ski resort connections

6 city connections


  • Rhône Express : between the centre of Lyon and the Lyon-Saint-Exupéry Airport, with a journey time of less than 30 minutes





Go further with Welcome on board service and the Region of Rhône-Alpes.

To meet your transport needs, Lyon Saint-Exupéry airport shuttle buses (formerly Satobus) provide connections from the international airport to almost 40 nearby ski resorts.

Full information is available from the shuttle bus counter on 04-72-22-71-27.
Take the relaxing route; take the bus to the foot of the slopes.



Airport shuttle buses also provide several daily connections between the main cities of the region and the international airport.


  • Brides-les-Bains / Courchevel / La Plagne / La Rosière / Les Ménuires / Les Arcs / Méribel / Pralognan la Vanoise / Le Praz sur Arly / Tignes / Val d'Isère / Val Thorens / Valmorel / La Tania / Aime / Moûtiers / Bourg-Saint-Maurice / St-François Longchamp / Orelle (3 Vallées)/ Valmeinier / Les Karellis / Albiez / La Norma / Aussois / Valfréjus / St-Jean d’Arves / St-Sorlin d’Arves / Val Cenis / Termignon / Bessans / Bonneval sur Arc / St-Colomban des Villards / Les Bottières / La Toussuire / Le Corbier / Saint Avre la Chambre / Saint Michel de Maurienne / St Jean de Maurienne / Modane.



The Région has succeeded in making "Saint ex'" the only multi-modal European platform in France, along with Roissy, combining motorways, TGV Méditerranée trains and a coach service. There are daily connections to seven cities in Rhône-Alpes, four in Provence, three in Italy and the Gare de Lyon train station in Paris! The Rhône Express tram whisks passengers to Lyon city centre in less than half an hour. This multi-modal service, combined with the Lyon airport shuttle buses, means that arriving at or leaving from Lyon is now as simple as ABC!


Getting to Lyon Saint-Exupéry airport or the Alpine ski resorts by shuttle bus is simple, practical, economical... and comfortable! The Satobus has now been replaced by "Welcome on board".