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Paris Travel In we offer transport solutions designed to make your life easier. Especially targeted at busy executives, we believe that knowledgeable and local drivers who speak your language are a huge asset. Our service will save you both time and money and offer you an efficient and safe solution to your transport issues.

We specialise in airport transfers to most European airports, providing a private service which will deliver you and your clients to the correct terminals, in time for flights and in the utmost luxury. We also complete airport pick-ups for your clients, giving the best impression of your own organisational skills and above all, a professional and safe driver who is well informed.

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Also named Roissy Airport, it is the largest international airport in France. In 2013, it handled over 62 million passengers, it is Europe’s second busiest airport after Heathrow and second busiest in cargo traffic after Frankfurt airport.

Covering 32.38 square kilometres, it extends over 3 départements (Seine et Marne, Seine Saint Denis and Val d’Oise).

The construction began in 1966 and the airport opened to the public in 1974. It possesses 3 terminals. Terminal 1, designed as an octopus, has five floors used for technical functions (the first floor is not open to the public), shops and restaurants, check-in counters located on the third floor and duty free stores for departing customers on the fourth floor.

Terminal 2 comprises terminals 2A, 2B, 2C, 2E, 2F and 2G. Terminal 2G, dedicated to Air France flights, is only reachable by bus. It has a RER and TGV station.

Terminal 3 has separate buildings for arrivals and departures.

Roissipôle comprises office buildings, hotels and shopping centres. It also houses Air France’s head office.

Charles de Gaulle airport has excellent transportation links, such as regular shuttle services, RER, TGV, Bus and iDBus. It is also directly connected to the A1 motorway if you want to reach it by car.

Orly Airport

Once considered as the largest airport of Paris (before the construction of Charles de Gaulle airport), it is the second busiest airport In France and saw 27,139,076 passengers in 2011.

Located over two départements (Essonne and val de Marne), it is under the authority of the Aéroports de Paris body, which also manages Charles de Gaulle and Le Bourget airports.

Orly was used during WWII by the German forced as a combat airfield. It was repeatedly attacked by the Allies who destroyed a major part of its infrastructure in order to limit the German floats. It was then used as a tactical airfield by the Ninth Air Force, after the Battle of Normandy.

Orly Airport comprises of two terminals, South and West. The southern terminal has 6 floors, including arrivals facilities, shops, gates areas and departure gates.

Terminal West consists of two floors. Departure is located on level 1.

Thirty-four airlines fly their planes to and from Orly. The airport is connected to the RER and has a free shuttle connecting the station. You can access it by car via the A106 motorway.


Located in Tillé, a few kilometres from Beauvais in Picardy, this airport is mostly used for low-cost and charter airlines. Built in the 1930s, it was taken by the Germans during the Battle of France in 1940 and used as a military airfield. Liberated by the Allies in September 1944, the US Air Forces cleared all the mines and destroyed German aircrafts stationed there. Beauvais airport was then used for the transport of injured people and merchandise to and from England. During the 50es, the French Air Force put the airport at the disposal of NATO during the Cold War.

It wasn’t until 1956 that Beauvais-Tillé airport was used for civil purposes again.Four airlines currently serve the airport: Air Moldova, Blue Air, Ryanair and Wizz Air. There has been a huge increase in the numbers of passengers travelling from and to Beauvais, with 64,000 in 1996 to 3,952,908 in 2013.

You can take the shuttle to the city centre, where the railway station, located approximately 4 km from the airport, assures the connexion to different cities. There is also a taxi rank at the airport or a bus (Line 12).

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Or alternatively, you can call the Tourism desk: 0033 3 44 11 46 00

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