Paris Beauvais Airport handles around 2.6 million flights a year from around the rest of Europe, offering numerous ways of reaching this cultural capital of the world. As Paris’s third largest airport after Charles de Gaulle and Orly, Pairs Beauvais largely handles low cost flights and the three providers currently servicing the airport are Ryanair, Wizz Air and Blue Air. Here at directline-flights we can help ensure you get the best value for money on your weekend break or romantic holiday. Our online search function can save you time and money by finding you the very best deals available, ensuring you get the most out of your holiday in France.
Paris Beauvais Airport Routes – Ryanair flights
Ryanair services Paris Beauvais with by far the highest number of direct routes, connecting this small airport on the outskirts of Paris to the rest of Europe. From Spain, Ryanair flies to Paris Beauvais International Airport from Madrid, Malaga, Alicante, Gerone, Reus, Zaragoza and Barcelone el Prat. Flights from Italy go from Rome, Bari, Pisa, Bergame, Bologne, Cagliari, Trapani and Trevise. Those travelling from within France can reach Paris Beauvais from Marseille and Pau Pyrenees, whilst for those interested in exploring Scandinavia, Ryanair flights go to Sweden’s capital Stockholm and Oslo-Rygge International Airport in Norway. Ryanair currently offers no direct flights from Paris Beauvais to England or Wales, but it does service Glasgow in Scotland and Dublin and Shannon in Eire. It is also possible to reach Paris Beauvais on Ryanair flights from Kaunas in Lithuania, Bratislava in Slovakia and Porto and Faro in Portugal.
Paris Beauvais Airport Routes – Wizz Air and Blue Air
Wizz Air offers low cost flights in and out of Paris Beauvais to a number of different locations across Eastern Europe. The company has extensive links with destinations in Poland offering direct flights to Warsaw, Katowice, Poznan-Lawica, Gdansk and Wroclaw. Destinations in Romania include the cosmopolitan capital Bucharest and the more exotic Cluj. Wizz Air also offers tourists the chance to discover the wonders of Sofia in Bulgaria and Timisoara in Serbia. The Romanian budget flight provider Blue Air have a much smaller selection of routes, servicing only Bucharest and Bacau in Romania.