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  • TGV Air Service to Canada

    TGV AIR is a service that combines air and railway travel. It’s one booking, one rate, no hassle.

    Air Transat, in partnership with the SNCF (France’s national railway company), offers you a combination of rail travel from 18 cities in France and Belgium to Paris, with a flight to Canada. Plus, your connections are guaranteed in case of a flight or train delay.

    *Please make sure to validate your train ticket in any yellow validation machine before boarding the train. If you have not validated your ticket and are checked by a train conductor, you may be subject to a fine and Air Transat will not be held responsible.

  • How to book ?


    24 hours a day 7 days a week

  • Departure from 18 cities in France and Brussels

  • City with year-round direct flights and TGV AIR service
     Cities with direct flights in the summer and year-round TGV AIR service
     Cities with year-round TGV AIR service only
    • Aix-en-Provence TGV
    • Angers - Saint-Laud train Station
    • Avignon TGV
    • Bordeaux - Saint-Jean train Station
    • Bruxelles - Bruxelles Midi train Station
    • Le Mans
    • Lille - Lille Europe train Station
    • Lyon - Part Dieu train Station
    • Marseille - Saint-Charles train Station
    • Metz-Nancy - TGV Lorraine train Station
    • Montpellier - Saint Roch train Station
    • Nantes
    • Nîmes
    • Poitiers
    • Reims - TGV Champagne-Ardenne train Station
    • Rennes
    • Tours - St-Pierre-des-Corps train Station
    • Strasbourg
    • Valence TGV


  • A simplified process : It’s one reservation, one rate for the combined air and railway travel. It also means one‑stop shopping for the entire booking process.

    Guaranteed connections : In case of a flight or train delay, the booking will be confirmed on the next available flight or train at no extra cost thanks to the protection policy.

    More flexibility : you can schedule between 2 and 24 hours for your connections.

Frequently asked questions about TGV Air


No. You need to check in for your train ticket:

  • if you are travelling from Canada to Europe, at the TGV AIR Air&Rail counter located at Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport Terminal 2 (TN).
  • if you are travelling from Europe to Canada, at the TGV AIR counter located at the TGV train station you are departing from.

Don’t forget to validate your ticket in any yellow validation machine before you board the train.


No. You must first validate your train ticket in any yellow validation machine before you board the train.


No. With TGV AIR, pets will not be allowed on board or in the baggage hold. The only exception will be emotional support and service dogs, upon presentation of certification.


For technical reasons, the wheelchair—in the unfolded position—must not exceed 75 cm in width and 117 cm in length. The combined weight of the wheelchair and passenger must not exceed 150 kg. For assistance, passengers may contact our Information and Seat Selection Centre at +15146363630 minimum 48 hours before departure for assistance.


There is no specific baggage allowance for the train. As for the flight, see our baggage policy for details.


Club Class passengers will be automatically assigned to first class on the train, while Economy Class passengers will be assigned to second class.


Yes. However, SNCF will only accept bikes under the following conditions:

  • Maximum bike dimensions: 120 cm (47 In) x 90 cm (35 In).
  • Front wheel must be removed, and all placed in a transport bag.

When completing a TGV Air booking, you enter into two separate contracts: a contract of carriage by air with Air Transat and a contract of carriage by rail with SNCF. Note that Air Transat is not liable for performance of the contract of carriage by rail, which is subject to the rules governing rail transport liability and the “Conditions des Tarifs voyageurs” (passenger fare terms and conditions) of SNCF MOBILITÉS. For more details see the general conditions of the SNCF Will open in a separate browser window.