You can now fly to well over 20 airports in France. Low-cost airlines EasyJet and Ryanair both offer a wide choice of destinations throughout the country. You will also find a choice of routes with budget airlines like bmi and Jet2.com. The number of flights peaks in the summer, when seasonal routes operate to all the main French holiday regions. The winter season sees flights to key ski holiday airports like Grenoble and Lyon. There are daily departures all year round to the major cities. The widest choice of routes is available from London but you should also find low-cost and budget options from regional UK airports. The most popular French destinations are listed below. See the individual destination page for more details of airlines, routes, UK departure airports and airport transport.
Usually has the cheapest fares from the UK and has by far the widest choice of airlines and departure airport of all the airports in Paris.
Important departure point for French domestic flights but still handles some international traffic. The majority of direct flights are from airports in the north of England and Scotland and Northern Ireland.
A small regional airport located about fifty miles to the north of Paris. A great-value way into the region. The airport largely handles low cost flights.
Convenient gateway to a gorgeously scenic region of South West France with a significant British resident community. An excellent base from which to explore the Dordogne.
Gateway to the gorgeous Languedoc region of south-west France. About six miles from the Mediterranean and bordered to the east by the Pyrenees.
Convenient gateway to the stunning southern Atlantic coastline. A characterful short break destination. Also useful for visiting the scenic French Basque region and the attractive Spanish city of San Sebastian.
Just 12 km from Bordeaux city centre with its superb restaurants and great shopping. The airport is also the starting point for vineyard tours and beach holidays on the Atlantic coast.
Gateway to one of the most popular tourist attractions in France. Flights also serve a considerable British community in the scenic Languedoc region. Winter flights are useful for ski fans heading for resorts in the Pyrenees and Andorra.
The main airport for St Malo. Convenient gateway to Brittany and the scenic north-west coast of France.
Key arrival point for British skiers heading for the French Alps. A wide choice of resorts is accessible from the airport. Grenoble remains an enticing destination in the summer months, when the surrounding mountains are a paradise for walkers.
Gateway to south-west France and one of the prettiest seaside towns in the country.
Convenient starting point for holidays in the Dordogne.
Useful gateway to ski resorts in the Rhone-Alps region. Lyon has excellent transport connections with the ski holiday centres of Chambery and Grenoble.
Gateway to the stunning Provence region, in the south of France. The vibrantly multicultural city of Marseilles has excellent beaches and makes an absorbing short break destination.
Montpelier Méditerranée Airport is just 7km from Montpelier city centre with its superb restaurants and great shopping. The airport is also the starting point for holidays in the Languedoc-Roussillon region and the Mediterranean coast.
A convenient gateway to the beautiful Loire Valley region of north-west France and the fabulous beaches of southern Brittany.
Perfectly placed for the stunning Côte d’Azur.
Tiny airport allowing swift access to the scenic Camargue region of south-east France. The airport is also useful for holidaymakers heading for the Cévennes and Languedoc-Roussillon.
Superbly placed for ski resorts in the Pyrenees and the spectacular national parks of the central Pyrenees. Also a useful gateway for Lourdes and the Atlantic beaches of south-west France.
Useful entry point for holidays in the Eastern Pyrenees and the beach holiday resorts stretching south towards the Costa Brava in Spain. Excellent transport connections throughout south-east France and easy access to the scenic Languedoc-Roussillon region.
Convenient entry point for west-central France.
Convenient entry point for the beautiful Aveyron region of France. Also a useful starting point for visitors to the scenic regions of Tarn-et-Garonne, Lot, Hérault, Gard, Lozère and Cantal.
Entry point for the beautiful region of Provence. The airport is also a useful starting point for holidays on the French Riviera. Only 52km from St Tropez.
Just 8km from Toulouse city centre. Convenient for the central Pyrenees and Andorra.
Convenient entry point for the beautiful region of the Loire Valley.
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