France is open to U.S. travelers
The French government is one of the first countries to open up borders with very few restrictions for both vaccinated and non-vaccinated Americans. With the recent update of a traffic light system, Americans can now travel to France without needing to quarantine.
So, are you ready for a trip to the City of Light? Maybe a glass of champagne with your French colleagues or clients? Or perhaps you're just ready to trade virtual calls for face-to-face interactions.
To get you going, we've put together a comprehensive outline of everything you need to know to prepare for what might be your first international trip in a while.
Booking your trip
Ready when you are! If you’re planning to travel to France soon, feel free to reach out to your FCM Team at any time. We're here to support you every step of the way, from booking and pre-trip preparation, through to in-journey assistance.
Your travel checklist
We’ve put together a comprehensive checklist to make sure you have everything you need for a seamless journey. When traveling to France remember to:
- Complete your Statement of Honor form
- Check with your employer that you have sufficient travel insurance cover
- Carry a hard copy of your vaccine card
Airline and flight information
Looking for direct flights to Paris? We've listed all airlines for you, along with additional information to help you understand what each airline offers.
Arrival testing steps and other info
Regardless of whether you are fully vaccinated or not vaccinated at all, you do not need to get a test on arrival, nor do you need to quarantine.
You do, however, need to get a PCR test completed 72-hours prior to your return to the US. Here is a useful resource for finding a COVID testing facility.
Accor hotel fast track
We've partnered with the French hotel group, Accor, to provide our travelers with an exclusive fast track offer that accelerates your status faster, helping you score even more benefits.
Returning to the U.S.
There is nothing specific you need to do when leaving France other than to make sure you have completed a test and received a negative result.
Once back in the U.S., please remember that some states still require a mandatory quarantine upon your return from overseas. Information on what is required for each state can be found on our Travel News Hub.