Lost and Found Airport Paris-Charles-de-Gaulle (CDG)

service par telephoneVous avez perdu un objet ?

Vous pouvez appeler notre service de renseignement téléphonique pour être mis en relation avec le service adéquat en fonction du lieu de perte de votre objet et du type d'objet que vous avez perdu. Notre équipe de téléconseillers est disponible et à votre écoute 24h/24 et 7jours/7 au numéro indiqué ci-dessous.
 
ouvert Notre service est actuellement : OUVERT
numéro de téléphone Numéro de téléphone : 118777


Le numéro de téléphone 118 777 est accessible depuis un téléphone fixe ou mobile et ce 7jours/7 & 24h/24. Si vous le souhaitez, vous pouvez demander à un téléconseiller de vous mettre en relation avec le service des objets trouvés de votre choix. Le 118 777 est un service de renseignement téléphonique indépendant des services publics et des services d'objets trouvés, vous pouvez contacter directement le service des objets trouvés que vous souhaitez sans avoir recours à notre service téléphonique.
Pour plus d'informations sur les conditions de notre service, rendez-vous sur le site 118777.fr ou sur infosva.org.

paris cdgParis Roissy-Charles de Gaulle airport welcomes more than 60 million passengers each year through these three terminals.
It is the largest French airport, second in Europe and 6th in the world in number of passengers.
And every year thousands of items, suitcases, bags are forgotten by passengers taking off or landing at Paris CDG airport.
More than 35 000 items are found each year by the airport’s lost and found service and sometimes during peak periods more than 300 items are collected per day.

Page en français : Objet perdu à l’aéroport Paris-Charles De Gaulle (CDG)

flight Have you lost something in this airport ? Report it online
Service available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
There reporting service allows you to report a lost item in Paris CDG & Orly.

Available service The lost and found service at this airport is available 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Opening hours Opening hours on site : open every day from 9am to 12pm and from 1pm to 5.30pm (except on Tuesdays: open from 1pm to 5.30pm).
located It is located on level 3: SNCF/TGV train station.

Useful information : if you do not claim your lost item within 15 days, your item will automatically be transferred to the main Lost and Found service in Paris (36 Rue des morillons)

  • The main Lost and Found Service in Paris stores items estimated to be worth less than €100 for 3 months
  • And for an item whose estimated value is greater than or equal to 100 €, the item is stored for one year.

Where could you have lost your item at Charles de Gaulle Airport ?

  1. Terminal 1
  2. Terminal 2 A, B, C, D, E, F, G
  3. Terminal 3
  4. Hall L
  5. Hall M
  6. Terminal car parking: P1, P AB, P CD, P EF, P3, P G, P W, P R, P X
  7. CDGVAL Airport Shuttle
  8. Gas station
  9. Railway station
  10. At the security control

plane Report a lost item using our online form
Available from a computer, mobile phone or digital tablet.
Our reporting service is available in English and French.

What are the items frequently forgotten in Paris airports ?

  • Suitcases
  • Various bags: backpack, handbag, duty free bag
  • Clothing: sweater, coat, jacket, jacket, cap, hat, scarf, hat…
  • Wallets
  • Credit card
  • Phones
  • Laptops
  • Electronic device chargers
  • Digital tablets
  • MP3 Players
  • Audio headphones
  • Belts

If you wish, you can report a lost item directly on the missingx site, which is the official service that manages lost and found items at CDG and ORLY airports in Paris.
The official CDG airport website also has a contact form.
But it is not dedicated to lost and found reports.
You can also contact the airport from abroad using this number: 033 170 36 39 50

You are on a page of the Lostandfound-paris.com site, this site is totally independent of the brands mentioned in its various publications through this site.
Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport (code AITA : CDG – code OACI : LFPG) is managed by the ADP Group, and commercially operated under the Paris Aéroport brand.
This site is not a partner or affiliate with the ADP group, nor with the Paris Aéroport brand.
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