Access to airports

Access to airports

Are you looking to go to, or return from, the Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport?

Via the RER B :

The « Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 1 » train station services terminals 1 and 3.

The « Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 – TGV » train station services terminals 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, 2E, 2F and 2G.

The « Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 1 » and « Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 – TGV » train stations are wheelchair accessible.
You will be able to use a self-service lift, an extra wide door and there will be an agent to help you.

Via the Direct Bus :

Line 2 and line 4 service the link between Paris and the Charles de Gaulle airport.

Line 2 connects Porte Maillot to all CDG1 and CDG2 terminals.

Line 4 connects the Montparnasse train station to all CDG1 and CDG2 terminals.

Line 3 lets you connect between the two airports without going through Paris and services all CDG1, CDG2 and Orly terminals.

All lines are wheelchair accessible.
To know the timetables, fares and check the accessibility of these lines, visit the Le Bus Direct website.

Via the Roissybus Bus :

Roissybus services the link between Paris (Place de l'Opéra) and all terminals at Charles de Gaulle airport. It is not accessible to people in wheelchairs.

Are you looking to go to, or return from, the Orly airport ?

Via the RER B :

From Paris, go to the « Antony » train station. Here you will find Orlyval, a fast train that will take you to the Orly airport.

The Paris-Orly South stop services gate K of the South terminal.
The Paris-Orly West stop services gate A at the departure level of the West terminal.

Orlyval is also available departing from the airport.

The Antony train station is accessible via a removable ramp, without need of a prior reservation. When you arrive in the train station, go to the reception counter and an agent will accompany you to the train.

Via the T7 Tram :

The T7 tram services the South terminal of the airport and connects Villejuif to Athis-Mons (See the map of the line).

All T7 tram stops are accessible to mobility impaired persons.

Via the Orlybus Bus :

The Orlybus shuttle connects the Denfert Rochereau train station (Paris 14th) to the Orly airport and conversely.

The Paris-Orly South stop services gate H of the South terminal.
The Paris-Orly West stop services gate G of the West terminal at the arrivals level.

The Orlybus is accessible to mobility impaired persons.

Via the Direct Bus :

Line 1 services the link between Paris and the Orly airport.

Line 1 departs from Place Charles-De-Gaulle-Etoile, Invalides and the Montparnasse and services the South and West terminals of Orly airport.

Line 3 lets you connect between the two airports without going through Paris and services all Orly, CDG1 and CDG2 terminals.

All lines are wheelchair accessible.
To know the timetables, fares and check the accessibility of these lines, visit the Le Bus Direct website.

Via the RER  :

Take the RER C to the « Pont de Rungis » stop. Here you will find at the station exit the « Go C » shuttle, which will take you to the Orly airport.

The Paris-Orly South stop (stop 5) will drop you off in front of the South terminal's exit C.
The Paris-Orly West stop (stop 7) will drop you off in front of the West terminal's exit C.

More info

You will find details about the traveller services offered on the Paris Aéroport website as well as the specific services for mobility impaired persons.
You will find fare information for services to get to the airports on the Navigo website.