|Air France Bus CDG Airport to Paris|
|Air France airport buses (Les Cars Air France) are open to all travelers, and offer convenient service from Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport's Terminal 2 to central Paris, but there are cheaper and faster alternatives.|
These buses do not stop at Terminal 3 which you may reach via the CDGVal. More...
Any traveler may use the Air France buses. You do not need to be an Air France flight passenger.
You can buy your tickets right from the driver on the Air France bus for cash euros, or online (for which you receive a small discount), but if you buy online you must print your ticket to hand to the driver.
Prices given below are one-way/single for adults. Purchase a round-trip/return ticket and you'll receive a discount of about 16%. Youth under 25 years of age, and members of groups of 4 or more, can claim a 15% discount from the one-way fares. Children 2 to 11 pay one-half the adult price.
Travel times noted below are minimum times in average mid-day, weekday traffic. If you travel at morning or evening rush hour, particularly if you're going into the city in the morning rush, and out to the airport in the evening rush, you must plan at least 50% more time.
Roissy CDG-Porte Maillot-Étoile
Air France Route 2 buses connect Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport's Terminals 1 and 2 with Porte Maillot (Boulevard Gouvion St Cyr) and Place Charles de Gaulle-Étoile (1, Avenue Carnot) in central Paris (map).
Buses depart the airport every 30 minutes from 05:45 am to 23:00 (11 pm).
The journey takes about 60 minutes in average traffic. Cash one-way/single adult fare paid on the bus in 16.20€.
Cash adult one-way/single fare paid on the bus is 20€.
Buses depart the airport every half hour from 07:00 am to 21:00 (9 pm); they depart Gare Montparnasse (rue du commandant Mouchotte) every 30 minutes from 06:30 am to 21:30 (9:30 pm).
The journey takes at least 60 minutes to Gare de Lyon, another 15 to 20 minutes to Gare Montparnasse. Adult one-way/single fare paid on the bus is 16.60€.
The RoissyBus, operated by Paris's RATP transit system, costs less, departs more frequently, and stops at all of the terminals at Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport (except 2G). Its terminus in central Paris is near is the Palais Garnier on place de l'Opéra. More...
RER suburban trains are the cheapest and fastest way to travel from Charles de Gaulle Airport to central Paris. The train doe not get stuck in traffic, and also offers more destinations served in the city center. More...