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Adapted airport transfers to and from Paris

Accessible modes of transport to and from Paris airports for disabled people.

Public transport

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Between Paris - Charles de Gaulle Airport

By train - RER

RATP contact: 3424 (7am to 9pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 5pm Saturday, Sunday and public holidays).

The RER B serves two stations within easy reach of Charles de Gaulle airport: 

  • "Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 1" stop (terminal 1 via CDGVal, terminal 3 and Roissypôle for the bus station). A lift is available in terminal 1 from 5.15am to midnight, as is an enlarged gate with an attendant. For terminal 3, the station is on the same level.

  • Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 TGV" stop (terminals 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, 2E, 2F, 2G, and terminal 2F via shuttle bus N2). A lift is available in terminal 2 from 5.15am to midnight, as is an enlarged gate with an attendant.

Find out more about accessibility:

Access from the platform to the train is provided by a mobile footbridge installed by station staff.
This equipment allows passengers in wheelchairs to get on and off the train through the door behind the driver.
For these two stations, you can book this service by telephone on +33 (0)9 70 82 41 42, every day from 8am to 8pm (price of a local call). More information about the assistance service Accès Plus Transilien

By bus - ROISSYBUS

  • Air-conditioned bus from Paris Charles de Gaulle airport to Opéra stop (corner of rue Scribe and rue Auber), (8 stops down, 5 stops up).
  • Journey time: approximately 60 minutes.
  • Frequency: 15 to 30 minutes depending on the time and stop (5.15am to 12.30am).
    **Vehicles are accessible to people with disabilities. However, the Opéra stop is not currently accessible to people with reduced mobility.

For more information: Ligne RoissyBus

Between Paris and Orly Airport

By train - RER

  • Take the Orlyval to Antony, then the RER B (all stations are accessible).
    Access to the Orlyval is via gate K in the South terminal and gate A in the West terminal.
    On arrival at Antony, if necessary, contact the ticket office to have the removable RER access ramp installed.

For further information:
You can contact RATP 3424 (7am to 9pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 5pm Saturday, Sunday and public holidays).

By bus - ORLYBUS

  • Bus between Place Denfert Rochereau (in front of RER B station) and Aéroport Paris - Orly (South and West).
  • Journey time: approximately 30 minutes
  • Frequency: 10 to 15 minutes depending on the time and stop (5.15am to 12.30am).
  • Vehicles are accessible to people with reduced mobility. Ligne OrlyBus

Between the 2 airports

By train - RER

From Aéroport Paris - Charles de Gaulle to Aéroport Paris - Orly: take the CDG Val, then the RER B (or directly the RER B depending on the terminal) to Antony and the Orlyval.From Aéroport Paris - Orly to Aéroport Paris - Charles de Gaulle: take the Orlyval, then the RER B to Antony to CDG1 or CDG2, and the CDG Val depending on the terminal to be reached.

Find out more about the RER: Information on 09 70 81 83 85 from 7am to 10pm, 7 days a week except 1 May (no extra charge) or by email.

Between Beauvais-Tillé airport and Paris

  • Bus from Beauvais-Tillé airport to Paris (Paris Pershing Porte Maillot bus station).
  • Buses leave for the airport approximately 3 hours before your flight.

Vehicles are accessible to people with reduced mobility.

To find out more, click here: Ligne Paris - Aéroport Beauvais

By individual transport

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By car

You can park in the car parks near the terminals, most of which have lift access. If you have a European Parking Card (CMI), you will be entitled to a 50% discount in the car parks close to the terminals, on presentation of your original European Parking Card (CMI) and entrance ticket at the check-out desk.

Find out more: Access maps and car park charges for Orly and Charles de Gaulle airports

By taxi and adapted transporter:

It is possible to reach the airports in Paris with an adapted taxi or specialised transporter for wheelchair users:

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