Location: Fort-de-France, Martinique Currency: EUR € European Euro
A list of currency exchange, ATMs and banks' branches in Fort-de-France Martinique Aimé Césaire Airport (FDF). See locations, phone numbers, working hours and services.
ATMs / Cash Machines
– Ground floor facing E and F gates
– Ground floor facing doors E and F
– in front of the terminal, opposite door D, on the plot Public parking
BNP Paribas Lamentin Branch (2.1 miles from airport)
67 Rue Ernest Andre, 97232 Lamentin (Le), France
Phone: +33 5 96 51 70 95
Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30AM–12PM 2:15–4:30PM / Saturday-Sunday Closed
– Ground floor near the door
Hours: FLundi from 7:30 AM-1:30 pm and from 3:30 pm to 6:30 pm / Tuesday and Saturday from 7:30 AM-8 pm / Sunday and public holidays from 9 AM-noon and from 2:30 pm to 6 pm
Fort-de-France Martinique Aimé Césaire Airport (FDF) Currency Exchange Rate
Here's the estimated foreign currency exchange rates at Fort-de-France Airport for June 4, 2023. Just enter the amount you want to convert and the from/to currency. The official currency for Fort-de-France is EUR € European Euro. These live exchange rates are updated daily but only gives you an estimate rate that may be different at the airport. We are not associated with Fort-de-France Airport or any currency exchange services.
Fort-de-France Martinique Aimé Césaire Airport (FDF) Lounge Access for Credit Cards & Banks
If you're a credit card or bank holder with lounge access you may have access to the following lounges at Fort-de-France Airport. You can also access most of these lounges with a Priority Pass membership.
|Lounge Name||Location/Terminal||Opening Hours|
|Air France Lounge||Main Terminal||Daily 4pm-10pm|
|Corsair Grand Large Lounge||Main Terminal||Daily 8am-9pm|
About Fort-de-France Martinique Aimé Césaire Airport (FDF)
Fort-de-France Martinique Aimé Césaire Airport (FDF) is an international airport located in Le Lamentin, France. It is named after author and politician Aimé Césaire. It is equipped with a single runway and one main passenger terminal. It first opened in 1950. It’s the hub for Ava Air and a focus city for Air Caraïbes; Air Antilles Express.
Phone: +596 596 42 19 95