Updated on 10/06/2021

Covid-19: Informations 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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Paris Aéroport informs passengers about how to get to Paris-CDG and Paris-Orly


By prefectural decree, access to the Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly terminals is strictly reserved for passengers and persons accompanying minors, disabled persons, persons with reduced mobility, or vulnerable persons.

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.

Between 23:00 and 06:00, during curfew hours, you must be in possession of :
•  proof of travel
such as your flight ticket
•  a travel authorisation available on the French Government website

•  For all business trips, a certificate from your employer will be required.

Derogatory travel certificate

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.




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

 





For any trip from Paris, whatever your destination, outside metropolitan France, you should carry:


• a declaration on honour stating that you have no symptoms of Covid-19 and that you have not been in contact with a sick person in the 14 days preceding your trip

Declaration on honour

To travel to Corsica, a negative PCR test of -72h or an antigenic test of -24h before departure or the vaccination certificate is required.



You are travelling from Paris to the European Union and the Schengen area


•  Passengers travelling from Paris to the EU, Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino, Switzerland and the Vatican can leave France freely and should check directly with the country of destination for the rules in place: tests, documents, etc. 

• Passengers arriving on the territory of an EU Member State may be required to complete a digital locator form.
European Digital Passenger Locator Form


You are travelling from Paris to an international country (outside the EU and Schengen area)


•  Proof of compelling reason for all non-vaccinated passengers in addition to the rules in place in the destination countries.

• To Argentina, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, India, Nepal, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Suriname, Turkey, Uruguay, a proof of compelling reason is required for all passengers (vaccinated and non-vaccinated). 
Travel certificate


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 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 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 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


French Guiana

Proof of compelling reason.

Negative PCR test of -72h or negative antigenic test of -48h before boarding for all passengers.

• Random testing on arrival.

• Commitment to seclusion for 7 days, followed by a second test at the end of the 7-day period.

Travel certificate

Martinique, Guadeloupe, Saint-Martin, Saint-Barthélemy

Proof of a compelling reason

• Negative PCR test of -72h or negative antigenic test of -48h + vaccine 
before boarding for all passengers.

• Random testing 
on arrival.

• 
Commitment to seclusion for 7 days, followed by a second test at the end of the 7-day period.

Travel certificate

Reunion Island, Mayotte

• Vaccination (except for children accompanied by a parent) or proof of a compelling reason.

• Negative PCR test of -72h or negative antigenic test of -48h before boarding for all passengers.

• Random testing 
on arrival.

• 
Commitment to seclusion for 7 days, followed by a second test at the end of the 7-day period.

Travel certificate

New Caledonia, Wallis and Futuna

• Proof of compelling reason.

• Negative PCR test of -72h or negative antigenic test of -48h 
before boarding for all passengers.

• Random testing 
on arrival.

• 
Commitment to seclusion for 7 days, followed by a second test at the end of the 7-day period.

Travel certificate

French Polynesia

• Vaccination (except for children accompanied by a parent) or proof of a compelling reason.

• Negative PCR test of -72h or negative antigenic test of -48h 
before boarding for all passengers.

• Random testing 
on arrival.

• 
Commitment to seclusion for 7 days, followed by a second test at the end of the 7-day period.

The request for a compelling reason must be made by electronic means at least 6 days before departure. An additional obligation is to register on the Etis platform within 3 days before the flight

Travel certificate



You are arriving in Paris from the French Overseas Territories


French Guiana

Proof of compelling reason.

Negative PCR test of -72h or negative antigenic test of -48h before boarding for all passengers.

• Random testing on arrival.

• Commitment to seclusion for 7 days, followed by a second test at the end of the 7-day period.

Travel certificate

Martinique, Guadeloupe, Saint-Martin, Saint-Barthélemy

• Vaccination or commitment to seclusion for 7 days, followed by a second test at the end of the 7-day period.

Travel certificate

Reunion Island, Mayotte

• Vaccination (except for children accompanied by a parent) or proof of a compelling reason.

• Negative PCR test of -72h or negative antigenic test of -48h before boarding for all passengers.

• Random testing 
on arrival.

• 
Commitment to seclusion for 7 days, followed by a second test at the end of the 7-day period.

Travel certificate

New Caledonia, Wallis and Futuna

• Proof of compelling reason.

• Negative PCR test of -72h or negative antigenic test of -48h 
before boarding for all passengers.

• Random testing 
on arrival.

• 
Commitment to seclusion for 7 days, followed by a second test at the end of the 7-day period.

Travel certificate

French Polynesia

• Vaccination (except for children accompanied by a parent) or proof of a compelling reason.

• Negative PCR test of -72h or negative antigenic test of -48h 
before boarding for all passengers.

• Random testing 
on arrival.

• 
Commitment to seclusion for 7 days, followed by a second test at the end of the 7-day period.

The request for a compelling reason must be made by electronic means at least 6 days before departure. An additional obligation is to register on the Etis platform within 3 days before the flight

Travel certificate



Paris Aéroport welcomes passengers arriving in Paris





You are arriving in Paris from the European Union and the Schengen area


• Vaccinated passengers from the EU, Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino, Switzerland and the Vatican can freely enter into France.

• Non-vaccinated passengers
must have a negative PCR or antigenic test of -72h before boarding (except for connecting passengers whose final destination does not require a test).
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You are arriving in Paris from an international country (outside the EU and Schengen area)


• Negative PCR test of -72h or an antigenic test of -48h before boarding.

•  Compelling reason for unvaccinated passengers (except Australia, South Korea, Israel, Japan, Lebanon, New Zealand and Singapore), followed by a random antigen test on arrival and a 7-day self-isolation, followed by a second test after the seven-day period. 
Travel certificate

Specific information from the following countries:

Argentina, Bangladesh, Bahrain, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Suriname, South Africa, Turkey and Uruguay.

• All passengers must provide proof of compelling reasons on boarding to France. 

• All passengers must provide a negative a -48h PCR or antigenic test at the time of boarding for France, with a systematic antigenic test on arrival in France.  

• Vaccinated passengers must undergo a 7-day self-isolation, followed by a second test after the 7-day period.

• Unvaccinated passengers must undergo a mandatory 10-day quarantine (which will be monitored by the security forces). 

Please note that if the country of departure does not allow a PCR or a antigenic test to be carried out, a laissez-passer, delivered by the French embassy or the general consulates in the country of departure, allows screening to be carried out on arrival in France.