Zone Schengen regulations

Please be informed that if transiting through two Schengen Countries a visa will be required. Also note that a Schengen visa is needed for all connections between Paris Charles de Gaulle and Orly Airport, Paris
Air France is committed to offering its passengers seamless travel. This development will further ensure that our passengers enjoy smooth transfers in Paris Charles de Gaulle, Airport.

Transit Visa to All Destinations
via Paris CDG with Air France

Air France announces that transit visa is no longer required for Nigerian, Ghanaian, Liberian, Sierra Leonean and Indian Nationals if directly transiting in Paris (Charles de Gaulle only) to any destination if holding a valid resident permit or visa for the U.K, the U.S.A., Canada, Ireland, Japan, Bulgaria, Romania or the European Economic Area (EEA). In addition, he /she should hold a valid visa for the final destination.

United States entry Visa

Nigerian citizens wishing to travel from, to and through the United States must obtain US entry Visa prior to departure.
Others international passengers traveling to, from or through the United States must hold a US entry Visa, at the exception of citizens or eligible nationals of a VWP (Visa Waiver program) country. The latters must apply for authorization to travel (ESTA) online.
You may check your country status after your visit the following website :
For more details, please refer to our Preparing your trip < Regulations section.
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