Airplanes and Covid-19: information to passengers travelling to/from Paris
Changes in force from yesterday in the airports
Since the outbreak of the Coronavirus COVID-19, Paris Aéroport staff is on duty to welcome, inform and give orientation to all its customers.
Due to the official announcement of different countries to restrein the access of their territory to people coming from France, airlines must adapt their flight schedule accordingly. Some States have decided to limit the entry of their territory to EU citizens (Israël, India, USA). The French Government advises all passengers to avoid long-distance travels unless it is necessary.
From yesterday on April 1st and under further notice, only Paris-"Charles De Gaulle" airport is open. To make it easier for all passengers to travel and fulfil all boarding procedures, operations have been reorganised and some airlines have moved their operations to new terminals.
Terminal 1, 2C, 2D, 2G and 3 are temporarily closed from March 29th at 11:30pm until further notice. Air France, Air France Hop and Skyteam alliance airlines: the flight will be operated from Terminal 2F and Terminal 2E; other carriers: the flight will be operated from T2A.
It is temporarily closed from March 30th at 11:30pm until further notice. All flights due to be operated to/form Paris-Orly are reassigned at Paris-"CdG".
© AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency Srl