To depart, you’ll need :
- An ID
- A valid passport
All information on police and customs formalities is provided for informational purposes only.
Corsair shall in no way be held responsible if you do not meet the requirements of the local authorities.
To best plan your visit to Paris, we recommend contacting:
Paris Convention and Visitors Bureau
127 avenue des Champs Elysées, 75008 Paris
+33 (0) 8 92 63 31 12
Traveling to a faraway destination? Before you go, take some time to carefully plan your journey. Or better yet, make use of the know-how of experts to ensure your trip is a success.
Most stores are open from 9 am to 7 pm, Monday to Saturday.
There are no major safety issues to take into consideration.
Nevertheless, you should be careful of pickpockets in certain tourist areas.
Post offices are open from 9 am to 7 pm, Monday to Friday, and 8 am to 12 noon on Saturday. Banks are open from 9 am to 5 pm, Monday to Friday or Tuesday to Saturday.
TGVair at a glance
Corsair has teamed up with the SNCF (French Rail) to offer you a number of fantastic international destinations from anywhere in France.
With TGVair, you’ll purchase one single ticket for your entire journey. It’s simple, economical, and convenient.
One combination Corsair/SNCF ticket allows you to benefit from three distinct services: a high-speed train (TGV) to Paris, a shuttle to the airport, and a flight with Corsair. TGVair was created to facilitate travel to international destinations from anywhere in France.
It couldn’t be easier: one customer service, one reservation, one ticket, and one fare.
In the event that your train or plane is delayed, Corsair and the SNCF will book you on the next available train or flight at no extra charge, and even offer a free hotel room if necessary.
TGVair: your partner for overseas trips from Strasbourg
With the new all-in-one TGVair deal, you can now head to all of Corsair’s destinations from the city of Strasbourg.
Created by Corsair and the SNCF (French Rail), TGVair makes it easy to travel to fantastic locations such as Canada, Guadeloupe, and Saint-Denis de la Réunion. The first step to your trip from Strasbourg to Montreal or Pointe-à-Pitre involves reserving a ticket with TGVair. There are three ways to make a reservation: at the Corsair counter at the airport, at a travel agency, or online via the booking form on the Corsair website.
You’ll receive a booking confirmation as soon as your reservation is complete. Your trip will start at the Strasbourg train station, one of 19 stations all across France that offer the TGVair travel deal. In Strasbourg, you’ll benefit from an extensive network of public transportation with city buses, streetcars, and intercity coaches allowing you to easily reach the train station located just steps away from the famous Strasbourg Cathedral.
If you’re coming by car or motorcycle, the station is equipped with an expansive parking area offering short and long-term parking as well as direct access to the trains.
If you’d rather be dropped off by a family member or friend, take advantage of the two “dépose-minute” areas located directly in front of the station. Upon arriving at the station, make your way to the TGVair counter with your ID and reservation confirmation in hand. An SNCF agent will provide you with your train ticket from Strasbourg to Paris, as well as a voucher for your shuttle from the train station in Paris to the airport.
Be sure to arrive at least 30 minutes before your train is scheduled to depart. And remember to punch your ticket before boarding the train. You’ll exit the train at the Massy TGV station in Paris. A Corsair shuttle will be waiting outside to take you to the airport (Paris Orly Sud). Once you’ve checked in your luggage at the Corsair counter, you’ll be directed to the boarding area for your flight to Fort de France, Montreal, or any other destination.
Travel made easy with TGVair
Corsair has teamed up with the SNCF (French Rail) to create TGVair, a service that facilitates travel to all of Corsair’s destinations from anywhere in France.
Your trip from Strasbourg to Montreal will begin with a high-speed train (TGV) from Strasbourg to Paris, where you’ll subsequently catch a Corsair flight to Montreal. Plan on spending 7.5 to 8 hours in the air. Whatever your destination (Montreal, Pointe-à-Pitre, Fort-de-France, Saint Denis, etc.),
the sequence of travel is the same.