Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) is the second busiest public transport airport in Europe after London Heathrow along with being the largest airport serving Paris.
It is located 23 kilometers (14 miles) northeast of Paris,is also known as Paris Roissy and it has three modern terminals offering travelers high quality facilities and services.
The three terminals are connected by free shuttle buses and handle over 200,000 passengers daily.
Terminal 1 handles international flights, excluding Air France, Terminal 2 Air France and other airlines flying to European destinations and Terminal T9 handles charter flights exclusively.
Terminal 1: Is the main terminal for non-Air France flights.
Terminal 2A: Is for Air France and a number of foreign carriers including Air Canada, Continental, Cathay Pacific and Japan Airlines.
Terminal 2B: Is for Air France and many European airlines such as Alitalia, Austrian and Swiss.
Terminal 2C: Is for Air France long haul flights and Delta Air Lines.
Terminal 2D: Is for Air France, Brit Air and Luxair.
Terminal 2F: Is for Air France flights.
Terminal 3: Is where many seasonal charter flights operate.
Information and Help Desks: There are several information desks throughout the airport. Free guides and maps of Paris and the airport are available on request.
Charles de Gaulle Airport Facilities:
: There are bureau de change and at least one ATM in all three terminals.
can be found in Terminals 1 and 2.
There are plenty of bars and restaurants in all terminals.
There is a wide choice of shops in all three terminals.
Lockers are no longer available due to security concerns. There is a lost and found office in Terminal 1 (tel: (0) 1 4862 1334) and Terminal 2 (tel: (0) 1 4816 63 83).
Prayer rooms are located in all three terminals. Medical services, including vaccinations, are available in Terminals 1 and 2.
The airport has excellent facilities for disabled passengers, who should inform their airline in advance of their special needs. Information desks also offer a special welcome service for disabled passengers. Reserved car parking spaces in designated areas and discount on parking is available on presentation of a valid disability badge.
Paris Orly Airport (ORY) is the second largest airport in Paris, and it is located 14 kilometers (nine miles) south of Paris. Orly Airport Paris handles mainly domestic and charter flights, hosting around 30 airlines with an estimate of offering services to 25 million passengers annually.
Orly Airport incorporates two spacious terminals providing travelers a range of quality services and facilities including duty-free shops, restaurants, bars, banking, post offices, business, first aid, family and special needs facilities. Paris Orly Airport also displays a notable art collection and with a large observation deck.
Paris Orly Airport
Paris Orly Airport, Orly Sud 103, 94396 Orly Aérogare, France
Number of Terminals: 2
Information and Help Desks
Orly South has airport information desks at Exits C and H on the ground floor and at Hall B on the first floor; Orly West has airport information desks on the Departures level, Exits O, W, and between Exits R and S, as well as on the Arrivals level at Exits D and J. Free guides and maps of Paris and the airport are available.
Beauvais Airport is Paris’ 'third airport' and it is located about 55 miles north of the French capital. Beauvais Airport is home to many low cost budget airlines: Ryanair, Wizzair, Sterling, BlueAir and Norwegian Air Shuttle.
Carrying out over 20 regularly scheduled flights per day and many more via charters, Beauvais is the budget travelers alterative to Charles-de-Gaulle or Orly.
Beauvais Airport is located in Tille France a few miles from the town of Beauvais.
Paris Beauvais Airport
The airport is located north of Beauvais.
Beauvais Airport Tille F-60000 Beauvais France
There is a help desk in the airport terminal.
There is a baggage carousel
Telephones are located in the terminal. Toilets and baby change facilities are available.
The airport is wheelchair accessible.