Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport(IATA: CDG, ICAO: LFPG)
France's flagship airport is 'Paris-Charles de Gaulle' It is located 23 km northeast of the city. It has three terminals handling international flights, flights to other European destinations plus domestic and charter flights. There are various options to get into central Paris.
Paris Orly Airport(IATA: ORY, ICAO: LFPO)
Paris Orly Airport, commonly referred to as Orly, is an international airport located partially in Orly and partially in Villeneuve-le-Roi, 7 NM south of Paris, France. It serves as a secondary hub for domestic and overseas territories flights of Air France and as the homebase for Transavia France
Beauvaix Airport(IATA: BVA, ICAO: LFOB)
Beauvais–Tillé Airport, branded as Paris-Beauvais Airport, is an international airport near the city of Beauvais in the commune of Tillé in France. It is the tenth busiest airport in France, handling 3,997,856 passengers in 2016, and is mostly used by charter and low-cost airlines.
Charles de Gaulle (GDG) to Paris Central is relatively straightforward. There are a number of ways you can get there.
RER Trains are the fastest and cheapest route into Paris once in Paris your onward journey to your final destination will be fromone of Paris' train or Metro stations.
Buses (Roissy Bus) are another option, these will take you to the Paris Opera District
Coaches (Les Cars) have two routes into Paris going to the North Bank and the other the South Bank.
The shuttle service takes you directly to your final destination and is good for groups bookings If staying close to the airport in one of the hotels then these have Shuttle services, these are run by the airport themselves
Taxis, though expensive is the main choice, seeing as you are taken directly to your destination.
Overnight services are the Noctilien, operating between 00:30 and 05:30. It has dedicated pick up points at the terminals and the bus station. Terminal 1 - Entrance 26. Terminal 2 - Entrance 2. These run every hour and cost around 8 Euro
Orly Airport is similar to CDG by that it uses RER, Buses, Taxi and Air France coaches
Within the terminals you will find ground transport plans that show you the location of the different transport options into Paris.
There is a shuttle between the airport and Porte Maillot, at the north-western edge of Paris, Here your onward journey will be by Métro (Porte Maillot) line 1 to the city centre or the RER line C to join the train system.
Coaches drop you off at at the open air bus station on 'Boulevard Pershing' opposite the Paris Congress Centre from where you can walk or head for a metro station, bus stop or taxi stance to continue your journey. The RER Station at Porte Maillot is 'Neuilly Porte Maillot Palais des Congres' and is on the RER Line 'C'
This airport does not have train services with the nearest station being some 4km away in Beauvais itself. the trains from there will arrive in Paris at Gare de Nord.