Paris Beauvais Airport is considered to be ‘the low cost airport’ of Paris, as the airport is serviced by budget airlines such as Ryanair, Wizz Air, Sterling, Blue Air and Norwegian Air Shuttle. There are over 20 scheduled flights each day to various European destinations, making the airport a convenient alternative to Charles de Gaulle or Paris Orly Airport, for the budget traveller.
It is Paris’ third airport and is located in Tillé, a few miles from Beauvais and about 55 miles from Paris.
Beauvais Airport is open from 6:30am to 11:30pm. Passengers can check-in for their departure flight anytime from 2 hours to 40 minutes before the take-off is scheduled.
Luggage weight allowances vary between the airlines, classes and flights. It is best to check with your relevant airline for specifications before departure.
For the safety of passengers, it is strictly forbidden to make use of personal cell phones during the flights. During take-off and landing passengers should also refrain from the use of electronic devices such as portable CD players.
The same airport security rules for liquids on board that apply to the major airports, are applicable at Beauvais Airport. New regulations were enforced from 6 November 2006, and apply to all passengers departing from airports in the EU, Norway, Iceland and Switzerland regions, regardless of the final destination.
The following rules apply to only carry-on luggage and not checked-in baggage.
- Each individual container of liquids may not exceed 100 millilitres.
- The airport will require that these be placed in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag. Sometimes the airport will provide these bags. It is best to check with the airport before arriving for departure should you wish to carry liquids on board the plane.
- Only one plastic bag is permitted per passenger and the total liquid quantity within the bag may not be more than 1 litre.
- The plastic bags should be of a maximum size of 20 x 20cm.
The exceptions to the liquid rules are baby foods and medicines that are required for the flight. Medicines for babies do not need a prescription. Passengers may be asked to taste any foods or products during the check-in procedure. The other exception is liquid medicines and diet foods. It is best to have a medical prescription for these items.
At Beauvais Airport, any further information can be acquired at the centrally located help desk.
If you are looking for arrivals from Paris Beauvais Airport, you can view our Beauvais Tille Airport Arrivals page.
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