Train RER B
Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport

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RER line B suburban trains operate from Charles de Gaulle Airport through the centre of Paris and beyond.

Trains also serve Parc des Expositions, Le Bourget, Stade de France, Orly Airport via Antony…

All RER B trains call at Paris.
Please note that suburban stations are not shown on the map above.

First stop in central Paris is Gare de Nord.
Other stations served are Chatelet-Les Halles, St. Michel-Notre Dame, Luxembourg, Port-Royal, Denfert-Rochereau, Cité Universitaire.

On your way to CDG Airport, please check the platform information display screens and make sure you board a train bound to Aéroport Charles de Gaulle (some trains split off for another suburb).


Trains run every day, including public holidays, from around 05:00 to midnight with departures every 6 to 15 minutes.

The average journey time between CDG Airport and Paris-Gare du Nord is 35 minutes.


The single journey ticket CDG Airport ↔ Paris costs €11,80.
It allows connections between Metro & RER in central Paris.

Paris Visite travelcard (zones 1-5) can be used.

Tickets can be purchased at any Metro-RER stations, airport included, from either ticket booths or ticket vending machines.

Where to catch trains

There are two train stations for RER B at Charles de Gaulle Airport.

Terminal 1 & 3

■ Use the station named Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 1.

Passengers travelling to & from Terminal 1 should take the CDGVAL shuttle train.

Terminal 2

■ Use the station named Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2.