The city of Paris has three airports that greet 75 million passengers yearly. The three airports are Roissy, also called Charles de Gaulle (CDG) which is situated to the north and in the south you will find Orly (ORY) and Paris Beauvais Airport (BVA).

The following airlines run services from Orly : AOM-Minerve, Air Atlantique, Air Charter, Air Europa, Air France, Air Inter, Air Liberte, Airlinair, Air Littoral, Air Malta, Air Normandie, American Airlines Cargo, Arkia, Aviaco, Biman Bangladesh, British Airways, Corsair, Cubana, Deutsche Lufthansa, Egyptair, El Al, Fast Air, Gandalf Airlines, Iberia, Icelandair Cargo, Iran Air, KLM, Lauda Air, MEA, Olympic, Regional, Royal Air Maroc, Royal Jordanian, Royal Nepal, SkyEurope Airlines, SNCargo, Syrian Arab, TAP-Air Portugal, TAT European, THY-Turkish, Tampa, Tunisair, VIVA Air,, Yemenia. Airport tax should be included in your flight ticket, but it is always good to double check this information. Other Interesting Information Orly's annual passenger capacity exceeds 30 million. There are 220 check-in desks, 72 gates and 65 airbridges.

The following airlines are flying from Paris Beauvais Airport

Wizz Air, Sterling, Rynair and Braathens. Airport tax should be included in your flight ticket, but it is always good to double check this information.

Local Airlines:

Paris Beauvais Airport is one of the smaller airports in Paris. The full airport name is

Paris Beauvais Airport, the contact telephone number is 03 441 14646 and the international airport code is BVA. Paris Beauvais Airport is situated just north of Beauvais. The location address is Beauvais Airport, Tille, F-60000 Beauvais, France.

To take taxis from Paris Beauvais Airport to the local train station Beauvais, will cost in the region of €10 during the day and after hour services will normally be between €13-15 and takes only a quarter of an hour. You can also decide to take a taxi to Paris but it will be more expensive. If you opt for this option and travel during daylight you can expect to pay between €100 - €120 and it will take you around 90 minutes to reach Paris. If you are going to travel after hours expect to pay for the same journey at least €50 more. If you want to travel by train

your journey from Beauvais to Gare du Nord in Paris will take 60 minutes.

Bus – There is a bus service travelling from Paris-Beauvais Airport and Paris-Porte Maillot. The contact telephone number is tel: 033 158 050 845. The bus schedule is timed to arrive 20 minutes after arrivals of flights. You can expect to pay for a one-way bus ticket around €10 and the journey times is 60 minutes. From Paris-Porte Maillot buses leave 3 hours before the departure of each flight.

By car- Leave the town Beauvais and follow the directions to Amiens on the NI highway. At Tille look out for the directions to Paris Beauvais Airport.

Paris Beauvais Airport has a helpdesk that is based at the terminal as well as telephone, toilets and family changing rooms for babies. The airport is fully accessible for wheelchair users.

Roissy, also called Charles de Gaulle (CDG) and Orly (ORY) are the other airports that you will find in Paris.

Together these two airports coordinate approximately 500 flights to different cities in 132 countries world wide. Most of the time if you book an international flight to Paris you will arrive at Roissy/CDG and domestic French flights will arrive at Orly.

Roissy/CDG and Orly have world class airport facilities to ensure your arrival in Paris is pleasant. There are duty free shops, variety of car rental companies to choose from and a wide selection of eateries to suit different tastes. Plus, you will also find a post office situated in Roissy/CDG and Orly, helping you if you need to send a parcel urgently. There are excellent transport links from both the airports to take you into the city centre. There is an excellent shuttle service running between the two airports.

The shuttle service from Roissy/CDG runs as follows:

Pick up: Roissy/CDG, Stop 1: PR Car Park, Stop 2: Roissypôle, Last stop: Roissy/CDG 2

Airport terminal


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