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All about Paris's Charles de Gaulle, Orly, Beauvais and Le Bourget airports, and how to travel between them and central Paris by train, airport bus and taxi.


 

 

 

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Paris, France has three principal airports:

Aéroport Paris-Charles de Gaulle (CDG)

Also called Aéroport Roissy-Charles de Gaulle, CDG, 23 kilometers (14.5 miles) northeast of central Paris, is France's largest and most modern, and the second-busiest airport in Europe (after London's Heathrow). It handles mostly long-haul international and inter-European flights. Lots of hotels right at the airport, and lots of options for transport into the city. More...

Aéroport Paris-Orly (ORY)

Once Paris's principal international airport, Orly now handles mostly domestic French, intra-European and north African flights. Several options for transport into the city. More...

Aéroport Paris-Beauvais-Tillé (BVA)

Beauvais Airport, in the northern French countryside of Picardie northwest of Paris, serves newer, low-fare airlines going mostly to leisure destinations. More...

Aéroport Le Bourget

The famous Le Bourget Airport (LBG), where Charles A Lindbergh landed after his historic non-stop solo transatlantic flight from New York to Paris in 1927, is very near Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport, but is no longer used for public commercial flights, only for general aviation (private planes).

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The official website of the company that operates the Paris airports.


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Charles de Gaulle Airport, Paris, France

Mammoth Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG), in Roissy-en-France, north of Paris.

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