Coronavirus COVID-19

Travel restrictions

Passengers coming from a country inside the European space:

As from 29 January 2021, all passengers seeking to travel to France, on departure from a country inside the European space, and regardless of their nationality, must present a negative PCR test result from less than 72 hours prior to departure (this applies to children from the age of 11).

Upon arrival in France, it is highly recommended to self-isolate for seven days, and submit to a second virology RT-PCR test at the end of the seven-day period.


Passengers to or from a country outside the European space:

As from 31 January 2021, all travel to France or from France to any country outside the European space will be denied, with the exception of travel for imperative personal or family reasons, emergency medical treatment or professional trips that cannot be postponed.

If your travel falls within one of these exceptions, a sworn declaration can be downloaded here. It must be presented upon boarding to the airline and accompanied by the appropriate supporting documents.

For your arrival in France, you need to fill in and carry three documents in addition to required travel documents:

• An exempted international travel certificate for travel to France;
• A sworn declaration;
• If you are aged 11 or over, a negative RT-PCR test result, carried out less than 72 hours before departure.


The French Government has implemented a new overnight curfew from 18:00 to 6:00. However, our shuttle service continues to operate.

If your shuttle leaves from the Airport of from Paris before 6:00, or arrives at the Airport or in Paris after 18:00, we therefore recommend you print out your boarding pass and the downloadable movement form (tick “7. air or rail transit”). 

Reception of passengers

Access to terminals, shops and car parks is possible again thanks to health measures in place to help ensure the safety and wellbeing of all passengers and employees, such as mandatory face covering, hand sanitiser stations located throughout the airport, protective screening, enhanced cleaning routines and regimes…

Signage across the terminals to help maintain the correct distance, queuing guidelines,  display and public announcement systems are completing these measures.

Watch the video to see how we’re working to make sure we can all fly safe!

We highly recommend that people with any of the COVID-19 symptoms avoid coming to the airport and consult their doctor.

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding, and take care of yourself.


We advise you to contact the airline you travel with if you have any question on your current or next booking : 


Shuttles for scheduled flights are operating normally.

Shuttles for scheduled flights are operating normally. To ensure health and safety, adequate measures have been implemented in the buses, such as mandatory face covering, hand sanitiser stations, increased disinfection and cleaning of the buses, signage, and queuing guidelines, etc.

We highly recommend you purchase your shuttle ticket online, otherwise a credit card payment – contactless if possible – is preferred.

Car parks

If you have questions regarding a reservation made on our website, please contact our customer service.

If the reservation has been made with our partners, please get in touch with them directly for any inquiries.