Air France and SNCF Voyageurs are expanding their “Train + Air” service by introducing eight new routes. For almost 30 years, these two renowned companies have allowed customers to book train and air travel together.
Originally available on 33 routes to and from Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly via Massy TGV station, the “Train + Air” service has seen continuous growth. Now, with these eight additional routes, travelers can combine train and air travel seamlessly.
- Aix-en-Provence, Arras, Laval and Lille Flandres : to Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly airports.
- Perpignan : to Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport
Air France has expanded its network, increasing the number of routes available as part of its “Train + Air” service. Travelers can now choose from a total of 41 routes departing from 22 train stations across France including Aix-en-Provence TGV, Angers Saint-Laud, Arras, Avignon TGV, Bordeaux Saint-Jean, Champagne-Ardenne TGV, Le Mans, Laval, Lille Europe, Lille Flandres, Lorraine TGV, Lyon Part-Dieu, Marseille Saint-Charles, Montpellier Saint-Roch, Nantes, Nîmes, Perpignan, Poitiers, Rennes, Saint-Pierre-des-Corps, Strasbourg, and Valence TGV.
With the “Train + Air” service, customers can make a single reservation for their entire journey. The companies guaranteed a seat on the next available flight or TGV INOUI train at no extra cost in case of delays. Since 2022, customers can check in online for the entire journey, including train travel, at airfrance.com. This makes the process hassle-free and digital.
Air France customers traveling in the La Première or Business Cabin enjoy first-class travel on SNCF trains.
In addition to the extensive network within France, Air France, and KLM offer a combined ticket service for routes departing from Brussels-Midi station (to Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam Schiphol) and Antwerp-Central (to Amsterdam Schiphol only). These convenient intermodal travel options enhance the travel experience for passengers.
About Air France
As an ambassador of the French art of travel for 90 years, Air France connects France with the rest of the world. Air France is taking significant steps toward sustainability in line with its commitment to reducing carbon emissions. By modernizing its fleet, increasing the use of sustainable aviation fuel, and implementing eco-piloting practices, the airline aims to reduce CO₂ emissions by 30% per passenger-kilometer by 2030, compared to 2019.
Offering travelers eco-friendly mobility solutions whenever possible, including convenient intermodal options in collaboration with the SNCF, supports the airline’s sustainability strategy.
About SNCF Voyageurs
SNCF Voyageurs rail service provides shared mobility and door-to-door solutions. It caters to passengers’ needs regarding offer, affordability, service quality, and environmental sustainability. With its extensive network, SNCF Voyageurs ensures seamless everyday and long-distance travel across France and Europe. This includes the Transilien service in Ile-de-France, TER covering various regions, and the renowned TGV-Intercités (including TGV INOUI, OUIGO, Intercités, Eurostar, Thalys, and TGV Lyria). Anchored by its leading online agency, SNCF Connect, the company has become France’s top e-commerce site. SNCF Voyageur serves five million passengers daily. It is a state-owned public limited company founded in 2020 and part of the SNCF Group.
Note on New Air France SNCF Train+ Air Routes
 Until now, Aix-en-Provence was only connected to Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport.
Until now, service to Lille was only available from Lille Europe. It is now available from both of the city’s stations.