Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports are generally offered through the Air France bus,
the RATP bus along with a Night Bus. Transfer time is roughly 45
minutes based on traffic conditions. Air France also provides a bus
transfer service between Charles de Gaulle airport terminal and Orly airport terminal (details below). When coming
in Paris you have to stick to the signs within the airport terminal towards the bus stop and
then buy a ticket in the stand or in the driver. After you have
showed up in the bus stay in Paris you have to still try to achieve your
final destination. That always implies that when the bus drops you off,
you will have to go ahead and take Metro or perhaps a taxi. When visiting the airport terminal this
process is reversed and also you have to get transportation at home towards the
Charles de Gaulle:
Air France has two bus lines running from Charles de Gaulle airport terminal into Paris. The
first line runs every 15 minutes and it has two stops in Paris: Place de l’Etoile
and Porte Maillot. The Air France bus departs from Charles de Gaulle terminal 1 & 2
(i.e. not terminal 3 that is mainly for charters and occasional-cost carriers
like EasyJet) between 5:45AM and 11PM. The 2nd Air France bus line runs every half an hour
(between 7AM and 9PM) and stops in Paris at Gare de Lyon and Montparnasse. The
RATP bus (also known as Roissy Bus) departs all three terminals (including Terminal 3 – where
charter flights and occasional cost airlines generally arrive) every fifteen minutes.
It comes to Paris and stops at Place de l’Opéra plus the American
Express office. Services are from 6AM to 10:30PM. The Noctilien Night Bus runs hourly from
roughly 00:00 – 5:00AM between Charles de Gaulle airport terminal and Paris. The road 140 stops at airport terminal
Terminals 1, 2F and three and comes to Paris in the Gare du Nord and Gare de L’Est train stations, two other lines serve
the Paris suburbs. Travel time in the airport terminal to Paris is roughly 50 minutes and also the fare is 8.00€
(Navigo Pass zones 1-5 can also be recognized).
Orly Airport terminal: Both Air France bus
and also the RATP bus (Orly Bus) leave from both terminals of Orly for travel into Paris.
The Environment France bus stops in Paris are next to Metro stations Montparnasse
and Invalides. The RATP bus stop is next to Metro station Denfert
Rochereau. The Noctilien Night Bus line 131 runs hourly between 00:00 and 04:00AM from Orly Ouest
and Orly Sud terminals to four stops in Paris, including
Gare d’Austerlitz and Gare de Lyon. The fare is 5.40€
(Navigo Pass zones 1-4 can also be recognized).
Beauvais: Ryan Air operates something between Beauvais airport terminal and also the 17th arrondissement
in Paris. Beauvais airport terminal is all about 40 miles from Paris and driving time
is roughly 1 hour. When coming in Beauvais, stick to the signs
towards the bus, it leaves twenty minutes after flight arrivals. When departing
France, you are able to catch the Ryan Air Coach at "Paris-Beauvais-Shop",
1, boulevard Pershing, near to Metro: Porte Maillot. Public transit leaves 2.5
– 3 hrs prior to the scheduled flight time.There’s not one other scheduled
transportation to Beauvais airport terminal, if you miss public transit you will have to arrange
your personal transportation.
Transfers between airports: Charles de Gaulle airport terminal to Orly airport terminal: Air France operates
a bus transfer service between Charles de Gaulle airport terminal and Orly airport terminal.
Public transit departs from Terminal 1 and Terminals 2A -2F (exactly the same points
because the Air France bus to Paris – see below) also it runs every half an hour
from 5:55AM to 10:30PM. The cost is nineteen.00€ one-way (children 2-11: 9.50€).
Charles de Gaulle: Air France bus:
16.50€/person (children 2-11: 8.00€), RATP
Orly: Air France
bus: 11,50€/person (children 2-11: 5.50€), RATP
Beauvais: Ryan Air bus: 13€/person
The airport terminal bus service could be a good economical choice for your budget minded
traveler that has more luggage than could be easily transported around the Metro
or individuals preferring the extra security and luxury provided by
public transit when selecting Paris airport terminal transportation. However, in case your destination / reason for departure isn’t in close
closeness to among the bus stops, for individuals driving categories of two
or even more public transit may result in offer small savings or possibly be just like costly like a taxi. Should you
do not have private transportation, to get back and forth from public transit
station in Paris, you have to take another bus, taxi or Metro. Overall,
to get back and forth from public transit station, you need to rely on yet another
fee as high as 20€ for taxis (see information on taxis below), and 1.70€/person
to accept bus or Metro within the city limits.
Air France website, Noctilien website.
Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport Shuttle – December 2012
easyJet 35: Je lâche un gros like sur ta vidéo car elle me rappelle mon vol CDG-HAN effectué le 26 Octobre 2013 !!! Et le CDGVAL me rappelle le métro de Rennes (ville ou j'habite) :-)
Gaby Abed: Travelling there this December…and transferring from Terminal 1 to one of the terminal 2's…If I'm correct, I have to go THROUGH passport control to exit terminal 1, take the shuttle to my terminal 2 (2A or 2B I think), go through passport control again, as well as security, before I get to my departure from terminal 2? Just wondering how much time I should budget for the process. Thanks in advance!
skyvator: I have never seen a very fast train like that for an airport. I guess this is Europe for you, where everything moves really fast. Airport Trains in America are very slow. Fastest one I've been on goes 35-40 mph. This train seems to go probably 50 mph.
Mathieu Belin: Why worst airport ? Train is good.