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One and two-stop flights are a good option if you’re planning on saving some money on this journey. The layovers for these flights are usually dependent on the airline, and most of the time, the stop is usually in Europe. London, Zurich, Dublin, Amsterdam, Montreal, and Boston are the most common layover cities.
US citizens flying from New York to Paris do not need to apply for a visa. The US being party to the Schengen Agreement means that its citizens can visit France and other Schengen countries for up to 90 days for business or tourism without a visa. The only requirement is that you have a valid passport that should remain valid for up to 3 months after your planned return date.
Flights to Paris from New York are offered from JFK, EWR, and LaGuardia Airport (LGA). Of the three, JFK is the best option for flights to Paris. JFK is the largest of the three, offering many nonstop flights to Paris. It is also easily accessible by train, taxi, or shuttle from Manhattan and has the newest facilities, with some of the best lounges, restaurants, and amenities.
About 1,557 kg of carbon is emitted per passenger per flight on this route. JetBlue, British Airways, and KLM are some of the most eco-friendly airlines, offering flights with about 49%, 46%, and 44% less carbon, respectively. Also, one-stop flights are more sustainable than nonstop flights from New York to Paris.
No, you will not need to go through any customs or immigration checks before your flight, but once you land in Paris, you will need to pass through French Passport control.
Any flights from New York to Paris that have a destination of Paris Orly will still require that all passengers pass through French Passport Control.
The beauty of Schengen countries is that US citizens can travel within all of the Schengen countries without having to continually go through immigration each time they travel to a new country. So, once you land in Paris and clear customs or immigration, you are free to travel to other Schengen Agreement countries without having to clear customs each time.
One of the fastest and most cost-effective ways to travel to the city center is by rail. Tickets cost a bit more than $10, and the trip takes about 45-50 minutes.
Yes, you can use your Uber app to request a ride just as you would in the United States. Request your ride and note the terminal and door number as your location to make it easy for your driver to find you.
Direct flights take on average 9h 45m to travel the 3,622 miles between New York and Paris.
There are 1,214 (nonstop) flights between New York and Paris per week, averaging 173 per day.
In the last 3 days, Norse Atlantic Airways offered the best one-way deal for that route, at $170. KAYAK users also found New York to Paris round-trip flights on PLAY from $284 and on TAP AIR PORTUGAL from $325.
Yes, you'll most likely have to show a valid passport before boarding the plane in New York and on arrival in Paris.
Air France connects New York to Paris up to 25 flights per day, followed by Virgin Atlantic (25 flights per day), and KLM (23 flights per day).
If your flying dates are flexible, you should consider flying to Paris on a Thursday, as we generally find the cheapest rates on that day for this route. On the other hand, Wednesday is the most expensive day to fly from New York to Paris. For your return ticket, we recommend flying on a Tuesday and avoiding Fridays for the best deals.
New York has 3 major airports: Newark, New York John F Kennedy Intl, and New York LaGuardia. Paris is served by 3 airports: Paris Beauvais-Tille, Paris Charles de Gaulle, and Paris Orly. You’ll usually find the cheapest deals if you fly from New York John F Kennedy Airport and land at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport.
The earliest flight leaves New York at 12:30 am and lands in Paris at 1:55 pm.
The last flight leaves New York at 11:55 pm and lands in Paris at 12:05 pm.
All the following airlines operate direct flights between New York and Paris: American Airlines, Air France, Finnair, ITA Airways, JetBlue, British Airways, Delta, Gulf Air, Iberia, KLM, EL AL, Norse Atlantic Airways, Royal Jordanian, TAROM, SriLankan Airlines, Virgin Atlantic, Air Canada, Lufthansa, SWISS, Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines, United Airlines, La Compagnie, French Bee, and Air Caraïbes.
Only Delta offers inflight Wi-Fi service on the New York to Paris flight route.
The Boeing 777-300ER is the aircraft model that flies most regularly on the New York to Paris flight route.
oneworld, SkyTeam, and Star Alliance are the airline alliances operating flights between New York and Paris, with SkyTeam being the most commonly used for this route.
There are nonstop flights from New York to Paris on a daily basis.
The two airlines most popular with KAYAK users for flights from New York to Paris are Delta and Norse Atlantic Airways. With an average price for the route of $871 and an overall rating of 7.9, Delta is the most popular choice. Norse Atlantic Airways is also a great choice for the route, with an average price of $636 and an overall rating of 7.7.
KLM, Air France and Delta have all waived their change and cancellation fees on flights from New York to Paris. Confirm policies on booking site.
KAYAK is a travel search engine. That means we look across the web to find the best prices we can find for our users. With over 2 billion flight queries processed yearly, we are able to display a variety of prices and options on flights from New York to Paris.
KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a flight to Paris from New York is likely to change within 7 days, so travelers know whether to wait or book now.
Hacker Fares allow you to combine one-way tickets in order to save you money over a traditional round-trip ticket. You could then fly to Paris with an airline and back to New York with another airline.
Sometimes travel dates aren't set in stone. If your preferred travel dates have some wiggle room, flexible dates will show you all the options when flying to Paris from New York up to 3 days before/after your preferred dates. You can then pick the flights that suit you best.
I payed for luggage but there was additional luggage charge this wasn’t clear when i purchased.
The crew from Norse was absolutely great! Friendly, respectful and professional! They helped me resolve my baggage issue in Fiumicino, which was a long process and one of the counter girls was her first day at work 😌 they were all great. And later, when they found my 87 year old mom who got completely lost at Fiumicino in a different terminal, all by herself.. they were patient and kind and treated everyone with respect and care. Grazie Norse!!
Crew was excellent, very friendly and professional. Seating was very tight…I’m not a tall person and my knees were touching the seat in front of me. A little bit more legroom would be great.
Chaotic check in. It took an extra hour to haul all across large LAX airport three different times back & fourth. Had no access to duty free shop.
Great flight for great price. Only thing they need is on board Wi-Fi and an app.
It was cold, blankets would have been a big plus.
Airline was unable to check me in, even though I had a valid US visa which they called to confirm. Their system still did not allow check in. If you have a visa don’t travel on this airline. Will be seeking a refund.
I’ve never know a transatlantic flight or even an international flight not to offer complimentary food and drinks . I was shocked - it took me hours to even get served paying almost $4 for a cup of tea. Those that knew had ordered ahead a tiny meal for $30! On a 9 hour flight this was not satisfactory at all. They would be my last choice to fly a long distance flight.
I don’t know how international flights can’t have media screens to keep people entertained for the long flight. Ugh.
Typical experience for budget airline. Boarding from KEF required bus transit from the gate to plane, so if you had "priority boarding" it was useless as it was simply a free-for-all when getting off the bus. But still no issues with getting our luggage into overhead bin so not really a problem.
Was very apprehensive about flying Play, but the flight was fine. Nothing special, nothing horrible. Fair price to get from New York to Iceland.
I wasn’t able to check in online the day before or the day of because their web configuration or business model idk. I arrived an hour early and check was closed and there was no one around to speak to and eventually was told there was no possible way to get a digital ticket despite I had no luggage to check and would have easily made it through security to boarding and had to pay for a new ticket for $330 ontop of the $169 I spend for the ticket and then I missed my rental car for $305 because I only arrived at midnight instead of noon that I was originally intended. All booked through kayak. I hope there is some kind of insurance from kayak because this was totally preventable had I not been blocked by play air from getting my check in and plane ticket.
The staff was very professional, the places very clean. The legroom was a little bit tight but so worth the price of the flight. Very pleased! Next time, I want to book a stayover to explore Iceland :)
The boarding process was easy, the crew was friendly and the flight was very smooth. There is a limited menu the food was tasty, but you have to purchase everything. The cost of the flight was very reasonable but everything such as baggage is extra.
Play is a great budget airline. There are no TVs or chargers in the seat but there was more legroom than expected. Boarding and all staff that I interacted with were great. You have to pay for any and all drinks or snacks you might want on flight.
Play is a great budget airline. There’s more legroom than expected, no TVs or chargers in the seat, all staff that I interacted with were great.
Blood sucker budgeted airline. Charging after and after. No one should busy air ticket in this airline. Completely a scam and sucking blood.
The cabin crew very kindly arranged a change of seats for us due to a distressed passenger
Many families including ours we seated separately. For kids entertainment only 2 cartoons for 11 hour flight. Checked bag $100 each. Everything else was fine
The boarding process was completely disorganized, adding avoidable stress, and the airline's business model is tight spaces, but seats that recline more to make sleep easier in economy. The passenger behind us did not understand that and shook our chair saying we're reclining too much. We immediately brought the flight attendants in to mediate and deescalate the situation, and they didn't. The passenger behind us kept harassing my wife throughout the 8 hour flight. They should be better trained in this regard if this is the airline's business model and promise to passengers like us who review leg space and reclining angles before purchasing a fare on the airline.
The orthopedic sits, no room to move, no reclining, was horrible and because that I'm still in pain and aches in my whole body
Seats were uncomfortable. Lower back support would be nice. It was the usual for an airplane. Other than that, everything was wonderful. Even my kids said the food was good! Nice to get a blanket and set of earbuds.
Flight got canceled, took us 3 hrs in line to give us vouchers for hotel and meals, which was chaotic and then went to hotel and the voucher did not work at hotel, had to pay and apply for reimbursement and waiting for payment
Better than expected from a low cost airline! The food, seat and overall experience was great! I would fly with them again.
We were there on time we checked in early online and when we got to the airport we only had one code ticket and not the other one, the people at the desk didn’t want to print the other ticket since we didn’t have it on the phone