Covid 19: current sanitary measures

Since the outbreak of Covid-19, Paris Aéroport has continuously adapted to support your efforts and protect you during your air travel. 

Travelling to/from France 

Arrivals in France

Flights from all destinations except China

Free entry for all passengers.

Flights from China

From 1 January 2023, sanitary measures regarding travel from the People's Republic of China and the French territory, as final destination, are implemented:  
- mandatory wearing of a mask on board the aircraft for all persons aged 6 years and over. 
- A declaration on honour stating that they have no symptoms of Covid-19 infection and that they have not been a case of contact in the 14 days preceding their flight. 
- Declaration on honour agreeing to undergo a possible RT-PCR screening on arrival at the airport and to remain contactable for 15 days after arrival on French territory as well as a 7-day self-isolation if the test is positive for all persons aged 11 and over.


From France to international destinations

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.

Paris Aéroport recommends some measures for everyone's health

3 essential rules:

  • Wearing a face mask is highly recommended.

  • Respect the safety distances (minimum 1m) throughout our terminals.

  • Sanitise or wash your hands regularly.
  • Paris Aéroport remains mobilized:

  • We have set up hand sanitising stations with an alcohol-free antibacterial solution throughout our terminals.

  • We disinfect our facilities daily (check-in counters & kiosks, security checkpoint bins, seats, restrooms, etc.)

  • 2 useful apps

    In November 2021, Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly airports obtained AHA (Airport Health Accreditation) accreditation from the ACI (Airport Council International), an association bringing together most world airports.

    The audit conducted for this certification examined all health measures rolled out in our airports.