Flights to Paris are operated by a large number of airlines, including Aer Lingus, Air France, Alitalia, British Airways, and Lufthansa. With its three airports (Charles de Gaulle, Orly and Beauvais), Paris is easily accessible from all major European cities. Check below for more information on Paris' main airports, how to book a cheap flight to Paris, connecting destinations and much more.
How to get from Paris Charles de Gaulle to the city centre: Passengers arriving at Charles de Gaulle airport have an array of options to choose from. Several bus companies operate routes between Paris' main airport and different points within the city. All bus companies depart from outside terminal 2A-2C, 2E-2F, 3 and 1. The night bus is run by Noctilien runs from 01:30am until 4:30am and departs from 1,3 and the TGV station. Ticket prices buses can range between €6 and €21.
Taking the train is the most popular choice to get to the city centre and to Disneyland Paris. 25 minutes from Paris Gare du Nord, a major travel hub within the city, passengers can hop on a free shuttle bus from their arrival terminal to the train station. The train fare costs €9.75 and tickets can be purchased from machines dotted around the airport and on the platform.
Paris city centre. The Air France Bus Orly-Paris company serves two routes, Orly-Gare Montparnasse-Invalides-Étoile and Orly-Roissy CDG (Charles de Gaulle). A one-way ticket costs €12.50, and a return costs €21. Orly Bus operates two lines, Orly-Champs Elysées and Orly-Charles de Gaulle. A one-way ticket costs €12 for Bus Line 1 and €21 for Bus Line 3. Both buses run seven days a week and tickets can be purchased onboard.
There are two regional train routes available for passengers arriving at Paris Orly. The RER B line takes you straight to Paris Gare du Nord. The RER line C is connected to the airport via shuttle bus. The free bus runs from outside Orly-South gate C stop 5, and Orly-West gate C, stop 7. The RER C line stops at Gare d'Austerlitz, St-Michel Notre Dame, Musée d'Orsay, Champs de Mars Tour Effiel and terminates at Antony. Tickets for both lines cost €6.25 and run seven days a week.
How to get from Paris Beauvais to the city centre: Located 88 kilometres from Paris, Beauvais is the furtherest airport from the city centre. Passengers arriving at the airport have no need to worry about getting to Paris city centre as Ryanair and Wizz Air provide shuttle options. You will need to book a shuttle bus before boarding the bus. You can do this at the airport, or in advance online.
With three main train stations located in Paris, the Parisian capital is an inevitable travel hub for passengers travelling throughout Europe. Trains from Paris offer further connections to European cities such as Lille, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Brussels, Berlin and Rotterdam.