Paris Aéroport helps you transfer through Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly Airports. Follow the yellow sign, which will guide you throughout your transfer. Get real-time information about your next flight thanks to our Assistant.
Enjoy a safe and worry-free transit!
Follow the designated sign and don’t give your luggage another thought
On arrival in Paris, the sign to follow depends on your transfer: integrated (one booking number, final destination indicated on your luggage label) or self-connecting (2 booking numbers, separate tickets).
follow the “Transfer” symbol
If you have one booking reference
(tickets reserved with the same airline or partner airlines).
Go to the boarding gate for your next flight by following the yellow "Transfer" symbol.
follow the "Conveyor belt" or "Exit" sign
If you bought two separate tickets for your flights
(two booking numbers).
Go to the baggage reclaim area by following the "Baggage drop" symbol (or directly to the exit, if you do not have any checked luggage). You will then need to check in before going to the gate for your next flight.
Is your luggage checked through to you final destination?
Check the baggage label
If your destination airport is indicated (e.g. MIA), then your luggage is checked through to your final destination.
If the airport indicated is CDG or ORY, you need to collect your luggage in Paris and check it in again.
Go to the boarding gate for your next flight
Information screens are positioned throughout the transfer route: check the boarding gate of your next flight and find the estimated time to reach it.
This information is also available online.
Thanks to our Assistant, you have access to real-time information on the status of your next flight and your boarding gate information.
Follow the yellow
Paris Aéroport has introduced easily identifiable sign to help you connect to your transfer flight easily. From the moment you arrive in Paris to boarding your next flight, all you need to do is follow the yellow sign.
Do you have all the documents you need?
How and where to edit the boarding pass for your next flight? Is a visa necessary?...
Manage your transfer time, and find your way
The transfer time depends on your arrival and departure terminals, as well as the formalities depending on your destination (security check, border control, etc.).
How much time do you have
between your flights?
By entering your flight numbers, our calculator will tell you how long
you have for the transfer.
Check your transit time between your terminal / arrival gate and your terminal / departure gate.
Manage your time while transferring
What should you do if you miss your flight?
Your first flight was delayed and you no longer have enough time to make your connecting flight?
If you have an integrated transfer*, your airline will organise a new flight.
If you are self-connecting**, you will have to make a new booking at your own expense.
*Integrated transfer: transfer proposed by the airline and its partners (one booking reference).
**Self-connecting transfer: the passenger booked two separate flights.
Enjoy your transfer through Paris
You have chosen to transfer via Paris, which is a great decision! Taste the cuisine of the City of Light, shop in our boutiques inspired by the city's department stores, visit our exhibitions. Yes, You're in Paris!
You have a few hours before your next flight? Relax in a hotel.
Your transfer flight is in a couple of hours and you want to use this time to catch up on some sleep? At Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly Airports, several hotels can be reserved for a single night or even several hours.
Discover the hotels
Transferring through Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport?
YotelAir has been specifically designed to meet the needs of transfer passengers and is accessible directly from the international transit area (terminal 2E).