The main french airports
France’s international and regional airports give you direct access to many of the country’s regions and cities. This network is complemented by an extremely dense rail and road infrastructure for a comprehensive mobility solution.
Many international flights will take you directly to a number of destinations. France has more than 150 airports, the largest of which are in Paris:
- Paris/Orly: you’ll find the hospitality and tourist information desk at the international exit from the South terminal. Here, you can buy travel tickets, tourist guides and other products, as well as make hotel reservations and access other services. For business travellers, this facility also offers information on trade events throughout France, and access to airport business services.
- Paris/Charles-de-Gaulle: the hospitality desks are located in Terminal 2C Gate 5, Terminal 2D Gate 5, Terminal 2E (Arrivals connecting flight gallery), Terminal 2F gate 11 Arrivals, and Terminal 1 Gate 4 Arrivals.
Many other international airports give you direct access to destinations in Nouvelle-Aquitaine. Nice Côte d’Azur, Marseille Provence, Lyon Saint-Exupéry, Toulouse-Blagnac, Bâle Mulhouse Fribourg, Nantes Atlantique, Ajaccio Napoléon Bonaparte, etc.
The airports of Nouvelle-Aquitaine
Are you travelling a long way for your visit to Nouvelle-Aquitaine? The region has nine airports: Bordeaux Mérignac, Poitiers Biard, Limoges, Biarritz Pays Basque, La Rochelle - Ile de Ré, Agen, Bergerac Dordogne-Périgord, Brive Vallée de la Dordogne and Pau Pyrénées.
They provide daily connections with Paris and all the major national and international cities.
Examples of flight times to and from Paris:
- Paris Orly – Bordeaux: 1 hour, 10 mins.
- Paris Orly – Limoges: 1 hour, 10 mins.
- Paris Orly - La Rochelle: 1 hour, 25 mins.