Direct flights from the UK head for three different airports: Paris Charles De Gaulle, Paris Orly and Paris Beauvais.
Both EasyJet and Ryanair operate routes to Paris. You will also find economical flights with budget airlines Jet2.com and flybe. You should also consider KLM and the French national carrier Air France. Competition from low-cost airlines also means affordable flights with British Airways.
Airports in the south of England are not especially well served by low-cost airlines due to competition from Eurostar rail services. The cheapest deals are often only available from airports in the north of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
The largest airport in Paris. 27km from the city. Usually has the cheapest fares and the widest choice of airlines and departure airport.
EasyJet operates routes from Bristol, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Liverpool, Newcastle and London Luton. Jet2.com and flybe are a good source of economical flights from regional airports like East Midlands, Leeds Bradford, Manchester, Cardiff and Exeter.
The second Paris airport after Paris Charles de Gaulle and the closest to the city centre. The majority of direct flights are from airports in the north of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Flights tend to be a little more expensive than routes to Paris Charles de Gaulle and Paris Beauvais.
Direct flights with flybe from Southampton and reasonably priced indirect flights from regional airports like Aberdeen, Glasgow International, Edinburgh, Leeds Bradford and Newcastle. British Airways fly from Heathrow, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Glasgow. Many of these flights will be indirect. Air France and KLM offer connections from London City Airport.
Small regional airport 85km to the north of Paris. Popular with budget airlines.
Direct flights with Ryanair from Glasgow Prestwick, Edinburgh and Manchester.
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