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Cheap flights to Paris
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10 nights in Paris, departing London Heathrow on 20 / Sep / 2019 with British Airways (price found 48 hours ago)Subject to availability, prices correct of the last 24 hours
Common routes to Paris from the UK different points of departure in the UK
Paris flight facts what you need to know
How much is it to fly to Paris?
If you see a flight for even less than this, get booking – you've found a bargain.
When is the best time to book cheap flights?
If you want cheap flights to Paris, this is the best time to book.
What are the cheapest airlines?
- Air France
- British Airways
These airlines usually offer the cheapest flights to Paris.
What airlines fly direct to Paris?
- Air France
- British Airways
Fly from the UK direct to Paris with these airlines.
What airlines fly indirectly?
- Aer Lingus
Flying indirectly to Paris can save you money.
When is high season?
This is the most expensive time to fly to Paris. If you want to go during this popular month, try to book in advance or grab a last-minute deal.
When is the cheapest time to fly?
Flights to Paris are generally cheaper at this time of year. Or, you can try to get a last-minute deal.
How long is the flight to Paris?
This is the average flight time from the UK to Paris.
Which airports in the UK fly to Paris?
- London City Airport
- Leeds Bradford
You can fly from any of these UK airports.
How long should I stay in Paris?
Most people spend this amount of time in Paris.
How to land a low priced flight to Paris booking advice, visa information and airports and airlines tips
The world’s most visited tourist site Netflights specialises in cheap flights to Paris and offers several direct flights daily. The capital of France is home to the Eiffel Tower, the world’s most visited tourist site. It is a must-see and has 3 levels with distinct attractions. The first and second floors contain stores, restaurants and clear views of all the capital’s monuments. The top floor is not for the faint-hearted but features unparalleled view of Paris.
Iconic Other iconic tourist attractions worth a visit are the Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre Museum (home to the Mona Lisa), Notre-Dame Cathedral and the famous Moulin Rouge. All these attractions make Paris one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Paris is also famous for its cuisine and it boasts the second most Michelin starred restaurants in the world. One exciting project, opening in early 2018, is ‘Mama F’, the ‘world’s largest restaurant’. It will feature tables in vintage train carriages as well as four kitchens, a bar and an outdoor terrace. It is set to stay open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
When to go You will often hear the much-lauded affirmation that you can’t beat ‘Paris in the spring’. While this may be true, the other seasons also have their own charm. For first time visitors, spring and summer, with their long warm days and relaxed atmosphere, offer the best chance to explore the wonders that this city has to offer.
Charles de Gaulle (CDG) Charles de Gaulle Airport is the major airport hub, located about forty kilometres north-east of the city. It is extremely busy and has three terminals. Terminal 2 is the largest terminal and is used primarily by Air France and its associates. Netflights offers direct flights to Paris Charles de Gaulle from Heathrow and Gatwick with various airline partners, including British Airways and Air France. View more flights to Charles de Gaulle CDG.
Getting around the airport Charles de Gaulle International Airport can be confusing, so allow plenty of time for transfers. Terminal 2 is huge and subdivided into 2A through to 2G (which is located in a separate building and reachable only by bus). The free CDGVAL shuttle train connects the terminals. When arriving at CDG on a return flight you should note which terminal you arrived at, as you will depart from the same terminal when you leave.
Getting to the city from the airport The RER B commuter train has stations in Terminals 2 and 3, with trains departing for Paris every seven minutes. The train takes 35 minutes to Gare du Nord and 45 minutes to Denfert-Rochereau, making this the fastest way to reach the city. Taxis operate from the airport and are regulated by a flat fare. Alternatively, you can use Uber or travel by bus.
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