Two innovative post offices have been opened by French postal operator at La Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports in Paris, which offers new services to passengers and employees in addition to the traditional offerings of postage and parcel pick-up.
There large space in each post office dedicated to self-service and is accessible 24 hours a day, for millions of passengers, whether they have arrived or departed, to buy stamps, drop off regular or registered letters, deposit checks, purchase ready-to-post envelopes and packages, Colissimo packages and stamps, have post redirected, or use an ATM (only at Paris-Orly Airport).
The post offices also have spaces for private work or meeting that can be rented on demand, customers can print postcards from personal photos at peeksprint terminals, and a range of iconic La Poste merchandise which offers customers the opportunity to buy unique gifts. Space which is dedicated to mobile phones is also there, which allows the customers to rent Wi-Fi boxes and smartphones, buy ‘The Kase’ phone accessories, connected objects for the home, and can also take advantage of a key storage service.
There is an interactive digital screen which enables customers to access digital offers from Groupe La Poste, for ordering personalized stamps, accessing the ‘Pro’ portal for managing a company’s daily activity, and for accessing the Digiposte electronic safe. The range of offers is regularly updated with services specially designed for passengers.
The creation of these two areas is only because of collaboration between La Poste and Paris Aéroport.