Flying into an airport in France soon? Or starting to plan your trip? There are over 100 airports across the country, servicing both international and domestic flights. If you’re not sure which airport transfer to take once you’ve landed, we’re here to help. You’ll find all the information you need here to get you from the airport to the city (and vice versa) by train or bus.
All airports in France offer bus and taxi services to take you onto your next destination, while the major airports like Paris Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle, Paris Orly and Lyon Saint-Exupéry are connected to the city centres by train. Read on to find out more and book your airport transfer tickets.
The map below shows a list of all the major airports in France. Click on the icons to view more information about each airport, including distance from the city centre and the connections you can take.
There are several airports close to Paris offering both international and domestic connections to and from the city. The largest and busiest of these is Paris Charles de Gaulle, followed by Paris Orly and finally Paris Beauvais Tille, which is mainly used by low-cost airlines.
Located 25 km north-east of Paris, Charles de Gaulle is the largest airport in France and welcomes flights from all over the world. The airport can be reached by both train (especially high-speed TGV trains) and by bus.
The second largest airport in France, Paris Orly is located 10 km south of Paris and is also served by international and domestic flights. You can reach the airport easily by bus or RER regional trains.
The furthest away from Paris of the three airports, Beauvais Tille is located 80 km north of the city. Around 4 million passengers a year pass through its doors a year, mainly via budget airlines. TER trains and buses run to and from the airport via Paris.
Flying into a major airport outside of Paris? We’ve got you covered. Find information about some of the busiest airports in the country here.
The fourth largest airport in France, Lyon Saint Exupery is located 25 km east of Lyon in the city of Colombier Saugnieu. You can travel to the airport by TER and TGV trains, as well as by Flixbus, Ouibus and Eurolines.
Located 25 km from the city centre, Marseille Airport is easy to travel to and from by TER trains and buses.
The third largest airport in France and the largest outside of Paris, Nice Airport in the South of France can be reached by two train stations (Nice-Saint-Augustin and Nice-Ville) as well as via bus services.