Thalys Paris Charles de Gaulle – Brussels – Amsterdam offers air-rail interline booking with AccesRail 9B. The chart below demonstrates the routes available to and from Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG). Please note that only international routes are available for booking. Thalys now serves two airports in interline booking, Charles de Gaulle Airport and Schiphol Airport. The ticket is valid for the specific service listed and in the event of disruption or delay it will be accepted on the next available service.
Thalys is also sold via Code Share with KLM between Brussels/Antwerp and Amsterdam Schiphol. These 9B services are shown as KLM flight numbers, where the PNR must contain both the 9B & KLM segment.
|Station||Travel time between stations||Total travel time from Paris Charles de Gaulle||Total travel time from Brussel Midi|
|Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG)|
|Brussels Midi (ZYR)||1:15||1:15|
|Antwerp Central (ZWE)||0:54||2:09||0:54|
|Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS||0:23||3:07||1:52|
|Amsterdam Central (ZYA)||0:19||3:26||2:01|
Thalys Netherlands – Belgium E-Tickets are Available as Follows
- Interline Interline
- Sirena Travel
- Travel Sky
- Available worldwide.
- 9B 9300 – 9499
- J- First Class
- Y- Standard Class
GDS Availability Display
The image below is a typical GDS availability display.
The image below is a PNR booked on the GDS by a travel agent or an airline ticketing officer (ATO).
When issuing on 9B/450 plate please use “ SSR CTCE” format at the booking time in order to communicate PAX email address to 9B so that 9B could send an email 72 hours to departure reminding passenger about compulsory check-in on accesrail.com.
Refund and cancellations: according to fare rules.
At the time of booking, the passenger will be booked on the actual Thalys service with confirmed seat allocation.
Earliest 4 hours before departure, the passenger must exchange their E-ticket for the Thalys ticket from the “International Ticket” counter at one of the following stations:
- Amsterdam Schiphol Airport
- Antwerpen Centraal
- Brussel Zuid / Midi
Passengers to/from Paris Charles De Gaulle Airport will check-in via check-in.accesrail.com.
Air-Rail: a Single Booking for Your Train and Flight Reservations
The network of high-speed trains is constantly expanding and ensures that large European cities are increasingly well connected. Airlines often also offer high-speed train journeys as an alternative to short European flights.
Travel agents from all over the world can now book tickets for Thalys between France, Belgium, and the Netherlands. Thanks to AirRail, train ticket and flight reservations can now be combined.
Passengers will receive electronic tickets for both the train and the flight reservation. An additional advantage is that you only have to pay airport tax once.
Thalys Paris – Brussels – Amsterdam travel document will look the same as the travel document below as given to customer after check-in.
How to go from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport Station
Schiphol’s Airport train station is located on the underground level of the airport. You can pick up a free baggage trolley from the platform. Via Schiphol Plaza, you can walk straight to the departure or arrival hall.
TRAIN STATION ON THE MAP OF PARIS CHARLES DE GAULLE AIRPORT (CDG)
Period of Validity
- Scheduled train departure time (indicated on the boarding pass).
The baggage policy for AirRail travellers will follow the baggage policy of the flight company.
For safety reasons, the corridors and doors of the train must not be obstructed and luggage must not be tied or padlocked to the racks.
If you are travelling with a child, you may take a pushchair on board free of charge, in addition to the luggage items mentioned above. The pushchair must be folded, before boarding, and placed in the storage areas of the carriage in which you are seated.
Conditions of Travel
In the case of delays/cancellations, the following conditions of travel are in place:
- The conditions of travel are always according to the carrier (rail/air) on which the customer is travelling.
- The airline issuing the ticket (including the rail sector) is only acting as the agent of the railway.
- In the case of delay and missed connections when a ticket including two sectors is issued, the liability is always on the delaying carrier. However, in AccesRail agreements with airlines, the airlines are requested to rebook the passenger on the next available flight without any cost.
- In the case of code-share, both sectors belong to the airline. The airline is liable for both sectors.
- Requests for refunds must be initiated at the point of sale.