CARS AIR FRANCE becomes LE BUS DIRECT Paris Aéroport
Since 12 May 2016, Les Cars Air France changed its name and is now called Le Bus Direct, in partnership with Paris Aéroport.
We took this opportunity to revamp our airport shuttle service with greater coverage in Paris, simplified pricing, new services offered to travellers for an entirely new travel experience!
Luggage service at each stop, air-conditioned and comfortable coaches, service to the Parisian stations and direct connection between the airports of Paris Charles-de-Gaulle and Paris-Orly, something travellers already find delightful! Le Bus Direct goes a step further and offers free wifi on board and USB plugs at every seat to recharge mobile phones from 12 May.
Service to the gare de Lyon and gare Montparnasse, which is very practical for people from the provinces as well as the one in great demand at the Champs–Elysées are maintained with Le Bus Direct. The new ones include service from the west of Paris with the creation of 3 symbolic stops replacing Invalides: Eiffel Tower and Trocadéro.
To make things easier for you, we have also revised our entire price scale and have settled on a single price per route, with two types of tickets: one-way and round trip.
Travellers can prepare better for their journey as they will now be informed about the waiting periods and possible disturbances at stops via screens as well as remotely through the lebusdirect.com website.
Le Bus Direct also has a travel planner available on lebusdirect.com that provides customers with door-to-door transport solutions in Île-de-France. Just enter an address in Île-de-France or a stop of the le Bus Direct as the starting point and the destination airport or address and the planner will suggest the best route via Le Bus Direct.
Now, the travellers only have to buy their e-tickets using their Smartphone or tablet with a few clicks through the online store.
What about the Les Cars Air France tickets that have already been bought?
Don’t worry! They are still valid on our coaches for 1 year from their date of purchase.
In order to answer any questions that travellers may have, lebusdirect.com displays information in French and English, and will soon also include pages in Korean, Chinese and Japanese. The busiest stops (Terminal 2EF and Terminal 1), will have bilingual business agents to guide the travellers as regards the way to their stops, inform them about the service and provide directions to their final destination in Paris.
From Tuesday, 19 December 2017, buses will no longer...
From Monday, 4 December 2017, our Line 1 - Tour Eiffel bus stop will be moved a few dozen metres away...
Travelling between Paris and its airports in a group? Le Bus Direct now has a special group price - for...