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Getting to the airport

visu Accéder à Paris-Charles de Gaulle
By car
By taxi
Using a specialized transport company
By public transport
Leaving the airport

By car

Travel routes

Parking

Someone drops you off at the airport: there are reserved drop-off points.

You wish to leave your car at the airport : we recommend parking in the car parks closest to the terminals; most can be reached via an elevator. There are reserved disabled parking slots available on every level with the following permits: GIC, GIG, European parking card.

Car parks close to the terminals

At Paris-Charles de Gaulle

• For Terminal 1 : car park P1 is located in the terminal
• For Terminal 2 : car park PAB is adjoining terminals A and B, car park PCD is adjoining terminals C and D, car park PEF is adjoining terminals E and F, car park PG is adjoining terminal G.
• For Terminal 3 : car park P3 South is adjoining the terminal.

Important: PX and PR parking also receive a 50% discount as the closest parkings.


At Paris-Orly
• For the South Terminal : car parks P1 and P3 are adjoining the terminal
• For the West Terminal : car parks P0 and P2 are adjoining the terminal

Important : at Paris-Charles de Gaulle, from car park P3 South the terminals are reached via a pedestrian walkway; at Paris-Orly, car park P3 has a moving walkway.

Parking rates

Disabled people and people with reduced mobility are granted a 50% discount on the rates of car parks adjoining the terminals, upon presentation of the original of the GIC-GIG permit (required presence of the permit holder) or a European parking card and the entrance ticket at the payment booth located at the car park exit.

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By taxi

Taxis G7 offer the Horizon service designed for disabled or reduced mobility passengers wishing to travel within Paris and Ile-de-France. The fare is calculated according to regional rates applicable to all Paris taxis.

Practical information
Service available 24/7
Telephone : 01 47 39 00 91
Website : G7 taxis Horizon service
http://www.taxisg7.fr

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Using a specialized transport company

Private companies provide transport using vehicles equipped with access ramps, mooring points and seatbelts. We recommend that you book your vehicle several days before your departure, especially if you are travelling on weekends. If you require respiratory assistance, you will need an attendant.

Contact details for specialized transport companies
Below are some of the companies specializing in the transport of disabled or reduced mobility passengers:

List of the companies specializing in the transport of disabled or reduced mobility passengers
AETAS
01 30 53 69 97
41 bd Carnot
78100 Le Vésinet
AIRSHOP
01 41 20 01 29
BP 164
92504 Rueil Malmaison
ASA
01 42 03 61 67
148-150, bd de la Villette
75019 Paris
ATAGHATPAP
01 45 60 01 96
27 rue G. Brassens
94550 Chevilly Larue
PAM*
08 10 08 10 75
BP 10156
75562 Paris Cedex 12
AIDESTIA
01.71.36.34.92
5 villa des Aubépines
94320 THIAIS

* Prise en charge des résidents non-parisiens en fonction des disponibilités.

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By public transport

Des sociétés privées proposent un transport avec des véhicules équipés de rampes d'accès, points d'ancrage, ceintures de sécurité. Il est recommandé de réserver votre véhicule quelques jours avant votre départ, surtout si vous partez le week-end. Si vous êtes placé sous assistance respiratoire, vous devez prévoir un accompagnateur.

RATP lines equipped for transport of disabled or reduced mobility passengers

Bus lines are increasingly being equipped to transport sensorially-deprived or wheelchair-bound passengers.
Further information on the accessibility of the lines can be found on the RATP interactive map : www.ratp.info/orienter/cv/carteparis.php
See also the Accessibility section of the RATP website :
www.ratp.info/informer/accessibilite

Note : work to improve accessibility of line B of the RER is on-going; please visit the RATP website for further details: www.ratp.fr

STIF (Ile-de-France transport authority) information service

Information service regarding Ile-de-France transport and network accessibility facilities.
Tel.: 0 810 64 64 64 (coast of a local call), 7:00 to 19:00, Monday through Saturday
or visit the website www.infomobi.com

"Les Compagnons du Voyage" (SNCF/RATP) service

Passengers who find it hard to walk may request an escort for travel by train, metro, RER, bus and taxi.
Rate for Ile-de-France: €12.20
Tel.: 01 58 76 08 33

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Leaving the airport

Our assistance service will meet you at the aircraft exit and takes you through to the terminal exit, up to your means of transport, should you require it.

If someone is coming to collect you

Our service will accompany you until the "Arrivals" point of your terminal.

If you leave by another means of transport

Our assistance service will drop you at your request at the car park where your car is parked, or at the taxi ranks, bus or RER railway stations.

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