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You’ll find a bunch of cheap flights to Paris from cities all across the UK, giving you the green light to go ahead and book your trip.
The journey is a breeze - a flight to Paris takes just an hour and a half on average from London. If you’re jetting off from London, dozens direct Paris flights leave from Gatwick, Heathrow, Luton and London City airport daily, leaving you plenty of wriggle room in terms of timing.
Booking ahead, you can bag some ridiculous bargains from carriers such as easyJet, Air France and British Airways, and there are several other airlines offering cheap flights to Paris from London’s airports, including CityJet, Vueling and Air Berlin. To stand the best chance of bagging a deal, compare prices on TravelSupermarket today.
Beyond the big smoke, you can find flights to Paris from (deep breath), Glasgow, Bristol, Doncaster, Liverpool, Edinburgh, Manchester, Cardiff, Southampton, East Midlands, Birmingham, Exeter and Leeds. EasyJet and FlyBe operate from a handful of these cities, and there are plenty of budget Paris flights up for grabs.
Again, direct flight times are super-speedy, taking a maximum of two hours. In other words, there really is no excuse NOT to travel to Paris in 2017 if it’s on your must-visit list.
When booking a cheap flight to Paris, be sure to remember that city has two main airports. You can arrive into either Charles de Gaulle (CDG) or Paris Orly (ORY). Charles de Gaulle, a mere 23km (around 15 miles) northeast of the centre, is currently the seventh busiest airport in the world and snatches all the glory as the flagship hub for international flights to Paris. However, Orly is equally convenient, located just 14km (around nine miles) to the south of the city and serves a very respectable 60 destinations.
Find out how to get from the airport to the centre of Paris on our how to get around Paris page.
Not a fan of flying? No worries. Luckily, you can easily side-step the skies by hitting the rails on the Eurostar. Setting off from London St Pancras, you can travel to Paris Gare du Nord in no time, watching the countryside whizz by on the way. The journey takes little over two hours and tickets can be very reasonable.
If money is no object (lucky you!), dial things up a notch by upgrading to Business Premier Class on the Eurostar and travel to Paris in real style. Check in just 10 minutes before departure, that’s right, 10 MINUTES before departure, and gobble a three-course gourmet meal en route to Paris. Perfect for special occasions and romantic surprises, it’s guaranteed to impress.