[Sponsored article] Unless you have a pied-à-terre in Paris or some relatives in the French capital, organizing a trip to France can quickly become a cumbersome process: shuttles, trains, buses … Getting to your destination quickly and in one piece can seem aspirational rather than realistic.
That’s why French bee, the French “smart cost” airline, has decided to join forces with the SNCF, France’s main rail company, to simplify your travels to France. No need to bother booking your plane and your train tickets separately, nor to have to calculate schedules and risk missing your connection: French bee takes care of everything and books your train tickets from Paris Orly to French cities for you!
Train+Air Offer: France is More Than Just Paris!
French bee joins forces with SNCF to offer you additional destinations in France and allow you to:
👉 Organize your plane and train trip easily
👉 Benefit from a special rate on your train tickets;
👉 Have guarantees in case of delay or cancellation of your flight/train.
Stop worrying about your connection and your transfer, French bee deals with it!
Benefits of a Combined Train+Air Trip
It’s more economical
- Good deals are the specialty of French bee. By choosing the Train+Air offer, you pay less than if you bought your plane and train tickets separately.
- You can book online in just a few clicks and French bee will be your only intermediary for your entire trip. French bee even organizes your 30 min transfer between Massy TGV train station and Paris-Orly airport, free of charge.
In case of a possible delay with your flight or train, French bee guarantees a place on board of the next available flight or train at no extra charge. If necessary, the airline also covers overnight accommodation expenses.
Train Stations Served by Train+Air
From Lille to Bordeaux, from Rennes to Montpellier, French bee takes you all over France.
- Aix-en-Provence TGV
- Angers St Laud
- Avignon TGV
- Bordeaux St-Jean
- Champagne-Ardenne TGV
- Le Mans
- Lorraine TGV
- Lyon Part-Dieu
- Marseille St-Charles
So, what will be your next destination?
To learn more about the Train+Air offer and plan your trip, visit the French bee website.
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