COVID-19 Essential information

At the airport

  • All operations have been moved to terminals 2A, 2E and 2F.

  • Only passengers, as well as people accompanying children traveling alone or under 18, people accompanying passengers with disabilities or vulnerable people, can access the terminals.

  • Mandatory face coverings (surgical masks only) for all passengers over the age of 11, inside and outside the terminals, and on board aircraft.

  • Most shops are closed except food and beverage outlets (take-away), pharmacies, bureaux de change, car rental offices, Relay bookstores.

  • A temperature screening system has been set up on departure and arrival.
    If your temperature is above 38°C, you will be invited to proceed to a medical visit and a COVID-19 test.

Night Curfew

Travelling within France is possible without any restrictions throughout the day except between 18:00 and 06:00.
If your travel to or from the airport must take place during a time with restrictions on mobility, it is important that you keep the documentation of your flight + a certificate to be able to justify this travel to the authorities.
Please note that any violation of travel bans is subject to a 135 euro fine.

Travel to France

From January 24, all passengers must show on boarding for France :

  • A negative RT-PCR test of -72h.

  • A certificate of international travel to metropolitan France.

  • A declaration on honour that you do not have symptoms of Covid-19.

  • From Non EU countries : A sworn statement undertaking to remain in isolation for 7 days once in France, then to repeat a second RT-PCR test at the end of this period of seven days.

Consult the France Diplomatie information website.

Passengers are denied boarding if they are prohibited from entering the country of destination.
All flights (except French domestic flights) are controlled by the Border Police on arrival.

Connecting at Paris-CDG

Paris-CDG airport is open and welcome all transit passengers (including non-europeans).

Passengers transiting through CDG to travel to a third country are not required to present a COVID‑19 PCR test certificate at the airport.
You must get tested before traveling if a PCR test is required by your final destination.
Passengers are denied boarding if they are prohibited from entering the country of destination.

If you change to a connecting flight to France or a Schengen country, you will be subject to French entry policy.
Consult the France Diplomatie information website.

COVID-19 testing center

Before travelling abroad France, passengers can be tested at Paris-CDG airport (not available for transit passengers).

Appointments are required and must be made online on the website (in French).
Proceed at terminal 2E (before security), Departure level, Exit 17d, you must take your flight ticket to your appointment.

Passengers will be guaranteed a result within 48 hrs for an RT-PCR test and within 2 hrs maximum for an antigen test.
The Covid-19 testing must be carried out before check-in at the airport.