Updated on 14/05/2022

Covid-19: Information to passengers


Since the outbreak of the Covid-19, Paris Aéroport staff is on duty everyday to welcome, inform and give orientation to all our valued customers. 
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Easing of sanitary measures
Since 16/05/2022, new sanitary measures apply: the obligation to wear a mask is suspended at the airport and on board aircraft for selected destinations. However, it is still recommended.

Before travelling, please check with your airline directly. 
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Border Police: reinforced controls at the airport

It should be noted that waiting times at airport controls in Paris may be lengthened due to the health situation.




Paris Aéroport assists passengers on departure from Paris


Before any flight, check with your airline and embassies or consulates to ensure that there are no specific measures in place in the country of destination. If you need to cancel, change or postpone a trip, contact your airline or tour operator directly.

Some terminals at Paris-CDG and Paris-Orly are temporarily closed. Before departure, please check your departure or arrival terminal and contact your airline for flight information.




All the informations Paris Aéroport provides to date are only indicative.

 




With the harmonisation of the European health pass (EU Digital Covid Certificate) you can travel freely throughout Europe by presenting a QR Code, available in France directly via the TousAntiCovid french app.



Paris Aéroport welcomes passengers arriving in Paris


Compulsory documents will be check by Borders Police and civil protection's associations.You are kindly ask to prepare your documents in advance for these checks.
You will have to present: ID card or passport, boarding pass and, depending on the country you come from (green or orange country) you may have an eventual compelling reason document, an eventual sworn statement to abide by the rules for entry into metropolitan national territory.






INFORMATION :

Puce-Orange  People aged 12 or over wishing to travel to France from a foreign country must carry a declaration on their honour that they agree to be tested on arrival at the airport.

Puce-Orange  Airlines may required additional documents to board on the flight. Check directly with your airline.



Paris Aéroport guides the passengers through their connection



Paris Aéroport are open and welcome connecting passengers between flights. 

You must get tested before traveling as they will not be able to get tested during their transfer if a RT-PCR test or antigenic is required by your final destination.


Integrated transfer (one single booking reference)

Your luggage will be transferred automatically by your airline from check-in until final destination.

Your are entitled to remain airside to transfer. Follow the yellow transfer signs indicating your next departure terminal. You must possess and be able to show all necessary travel documents for your entry for your final destination (including a possible RT-PCR or antigenic test, if required by your final destination, as you will not be able to carry your test out during the transfer at Paris Aéroport).


Self-connecting (two booking reference numbers, booked with two separate tickets)

You must fulfil all entry conditions on the French territory and be able to present all relevant documents, in order to collect your luggage and check it in with your next airline.

If you do not meet all requirements to enter the French territory, you will have to remain airside, and contact as soon as possible both airlines to make sure your luggage are rushed onto your next flight (including a possible RT-PCR or antigenic test, if required by your final destination, as you will not be able to carry your test out during your transfer at Paris Aéroport).


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Paris Aéroport stands beside French Overseas travellers




You are travelling from Paris to the French Overseas Territories




•   Vaccinated passengers: free entry for those with a complete vaccination schedule (i.e. only if the booster dose has been given within 9 months).

•   Unvaccinated passengers: negative RT-PCR test of -72h or negative antigenic test -48h before boarding, or a certificate of recovery less than 6 months and more than 11 days old. Commitment on honor to do a test on arrival and to isolate themselves for 7 days followed by another test at the end of the seven-day period.

Specific measures for Wallis and Futuna

 
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Vaccinated passengers and non-vaccinated passengers : 
proof of compelling reason. Negative RT-PCR test -72h or negative antigenic test -48h before boarding. Commitment on honor to do a test on arrival and to isolate themselves for 10 days (giving a precise address), followed by another test at the end of the seven-day period.



You are arriving in Paris from the French Overseas Territories




•   Vaccinated passengers: free entry for those with a complete vaccination schedule (i.e. only if the booster dose has been given within 9 months).

•   Unvaccinated passengers: negative RT-PCR test of -72h or negative antigenic test -48h before boarding, or a certificate of recovery less than 6 months and more than 11 days old. Commitment on honor to do a test on arrival. 

Specific measures for Wallis and Futuna

 
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Vaccinated passengers and non-vaccinated passengers: free entrance.