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Our Paris Airport Transfers service cover all airports in the Paris region: Orly, Charles de Gaulle, Beauvais and Le Bourget whether you are travelling from paris airport to city or between Paris airports. We offer transfers from all these airports to Paris, Eurodisney, Versailles or any city in the Paris region. It can be a combination of any departure and arrival point inside the Paris region. For instance you can book a transfer from Beauvais airport to Eurodisney parc, or from Eurodisney parc to Versailles palace.
How it works in CDG?
Charles de Gaulle (CDG) airport - terminal 2C meeting point
Charles de Gaulle is the largest airport in France, it has three terminals T1, T2 and T3 interconnected by bus shuttles and CDGVAL shuttle train. The Terminal 2 is the largest one, it is divided into seven sections: 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, 2E, 2F and 2G. When you get off the plain in the Charles de Gaulle airport you get into security area and you have to respect the next sequence: 1. passport control, 2. luggage delivery, 3. you leave the security area, it is the same sequence in all CDG terminals.
On the left picture you see an exit from the luggage claim security area in Terminal 2C. Each terminal has only one such exit, except terminal 2D that has two exits 1 and 2. These exits are the meeting points for arriving travellers and their drivers.
Charles de Gaulle airport - terminal 2E meeting point
Your flight arrives at Charles de Gaulle, you get off the plane and claim your luggage which you have to expect within 40-45 minutes, after you get your luggage you leave the security luggage claim area where is no entry to the outsiders. In each CDG terminal there is only one exit from security area to the arrival hall, where is situated the meeting point. The picture on the right shows the meeting point in the 2E terminal.
Charles de Gaulle airport - terminal 2A meeting point
Exit from the luggage claim area, right here in the Terminal 2A in front of the exit, your driver will wait you with a greeting sign with your name on it.
How it works in ORLY?
Orly Airport (ORY) - terminal West - arrival exit N° 1
Orly is the second by size airport in France, it has two terminals: South (Sud) and West (Ouest). Terminal West is larger one and more modern than South terminal, it has five Arrival exits: 01, 02, 03-04 and 05. For international flights after you get off the plane you get into security area and you have to respect same sequence as in CDG airport:
1. passport control, 2. luggage delivery, 3. finally you leave the security area, but be aware that for intra European flights there is no passport control and luggage claim is situated out of security area.
On the left picture you see the exit N° 1 from the security luggage claim area in Terminal West. Terminal West has five such exits. These exits are the meeting points for arriving travellers and their drivers.
Orly airport - terminal West - intra European arrival exit N° 2
Your intra European flight arrives at Orly airport, you get off the plane and leave the security area without any passport control, then you have to get to the luggage claim by going down the escalator and pick your luggage which you have to expect within 30-45 minutes. Your driver will wait you right in front of security area exit showed on the right picture, then he will take you to the luggage claim, help you with your suitcases and escort you to your vehicle ready to the trip.
Orly airport - terminal West - arrival exits N° 3 and 4
On this picture you see exits 3 and 4 from the security luggage claim area in Terminal West. Strangely both exits are at the same place.
Orly airport - terminal West - arrival exit N° 5
Arrival exit number 5 at Orly West terminal.
Your driver is waiting you with a greeting sign
On picking up from the airport your driver will meet you in the arrival hall, just in front of the exit from the luggage claim area. You will recognise your driver by a sign with your name. In confirmation e-mail we will also let you know your driver's name and mobile phone number just in case of any unforeseen circumstances like loss of luggage, etc. Anyway your driver will wait you one hour, since the arrival of your aircraft, without any surcharge if you linger for some reason. Your driver will then carry any baggage you might have and escort you to your vehicle ready for your journey to Paris. On dropping you off at the airport, your driver will make sure he gets you as close to the terminal entrance as possible and will unload all your luggage for you.