France's flagship airport is
'Paris-Charles de Gaulle' also somewhat confusingly referred to as AéroportCharles de Gaulle' (CDG),
Aéroport de Paris', 'Roissy Charles de Gaulle, l’Aéroport de Roissyor just plain old Roissy.The airport is located 23 km northeast of the city. Its three terminals handle international flights, flights to other European destinations plus domestic and charter flights.
You have a number of easy
transport into central
is located 14km south of central Paris. It
has two terminal buildings West and South, (don'task!),
which are linked by a complimentary shuttle train service.
Before the construction of Charles de Gaulle Airport it had been
Paris's main international airport.. Most but not all of the
international traffic moved to CDG but Orly is still one of the
busiest airports in France for
domestic traffic. It is better
located for direct access into
Beauvais is a small airport 90 km northwest of the city of Paris that has become the gateway to the city for a number of budget airlines including Ryanair, Blue Air and Wizzair. It has 'annexed' the city name the way many regional airports that are close to major cities have, to make them more readily recognised from a location point of view, with no intention to deceive we are sure. It is actually in the village of
Tillé just outside the town of Beauvais.