How to get to Paris-CDG or Paris-Orly
Published on 14 September 2020
leave from Paris-Charles de Gaulle or Paris-Orly
Whether as a family or solo traveller, for work or for a holiday away from home, autumn 2020 has made you rethink the way you travel... To leave with complete peace of mind, it is important to prepare your arrival in our terminals.Whether at Paris-Charles de Gaulle or Paris-Orly, Paris Airport does everything possible to make your flight easier!
Coming to the airport by public transportation
There are many ways to get to our airports by public transportation: RER B, RER C, Roissybus, Orlybus, etc. Choose the most appropriate option for you.
Improvement work is planned on several public transport lines until the end of 2020, in particular on the RER B line.
Before leaving your home and/or hotel, check the public transport websites -SNCF
- to see the day-to-day traffic conditions.
You can also consult our page dedicated to the RER B works
Coming to the airport by car
When travelling with your family, it can be more convenient and economical to come to our airports with your own vehicle. The car parks at Paris Aéroport are open 7 days a week. You can leave your car as close as possible to your departure terminal and pick it up on your return.
Please note that the car parks at Paris Aéroport are adapted to the opening and closing of the terminals at Paris-CDG and Paris-Orly. Please check the car parks available at your departure airport.
Coming to the airport by taxi
There are two taxi fares from Paris city centre to Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly airports.
In response to the Covid19 pandemic, wearing a mask in the city, on public transport, in our airports and on planes is an obligation. Please note that it is compulsory to wear a surgical mask on board aircraft.
Until 30 October, only passengers, persons escorting underage children, people with disabilities or vulnerable persons have access to Paris-CDG and Paris-Orly airports.
Paris Aéroport provides assistance to vulnerable and people with disabilities.