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FAQs - booking France flights

  • Are airports in France accessible to persons with special needs?

    Two airports in France have facilities for passengers with special needs. If you are flying to France and are mobility-challenged, consider landing in CDG or ORY. The airports allow passengers in wheelchairs to gate-check their wheelchairs. The terminals of the airports are configured to with accessible restrooms to suit passengers with reduced mobility. If you need a wheelchair, request one from your airline. The airports also have facilities for hard-of-hearing and visually impaired passengers.

  • Which airport in France is a hub for France’s flag-carrier airline?

    Air France is the main airline in France and is most preferred by both domestic and international travelers. The airline is based at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG), Air France’s biggest intercontinental hub. The airline serves many global destinations, including both North and South America. When flying into France from the U.S. via Air France, consider landing at CDG.

  • Which airport in France is closest to Paris' main tourist attractions?

    France’s three most popular attractions are the Eiffel Tower, The Louvre Museum, and the Palace of Versailles. If you are traveling to France to visit one of these attractions, consider flying into Orly Airport as it is the closest to the three sites. ORY is about a 22-minute drive via A6a to the Eiffel Tower, around a 27-minute drive via A6B to Louvre Museum, and about a 22-minute drive via A86.

  • Which airport in the U.S. links to an airport express train system?

    If you are from a residential area close to an express train system, you can take the train to the airport as it is fast and drop-off is at the airport. Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI) in the U.S. is connected to an intercity rail system, which is convenient for fast transit to the airport for your flight. The airport has a station and serves the northern region of the U.S., Acela, Vermonter, and Palmetto regions.

  • How can I visit Normandy?

    Normandy is one of three northern French regions that border the English Channel and you can get there first by flying into one of the airports in Paris and then taking a train, bus or car to either Rouen, the capital of Normandy or Caen, which lies more in the center of the region. From there you can visit the famous beaches of WWII.

  • How difficult is it to buy euros once I arrive in France?

    Passengers on flights from the US to France should know there is a Travelex office at each Paris airport where you can purchase euros. Interchange operates an office at Nice Cote d’Azur Airport where there is also a branch of Banque Populaire Cote d’Azur. Additionally, there are dozens of ATMs between them if you prefer that option.

  • Do I need a visa to visit France?

    If you are a US citizen, then you are exempt from visa requirements to visit the country and this extends also to foreign nationals who are members of the EU Schengen program as well as nationals of French territories.

  • I’m going to Disneyland Paris. Which Paris Airport is closer?

    Both Paris Orly Airport and Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport are about 30 mi from the resort village, so it really depends on your mode of transportation. If you are driving, then it takes approximately 1h in good traffic along the A4 from Paris ORY Airport to Disneyland Paris and about 40m along the A104 if you are leaving Paris CDG Airport.

  • How long is the flight to France?

    An average nonstop flight from the United States to France takes 10h 09m, covering a distance of 4396 miles. The most popular route is New York - Paris with an average flight time of 7h 05m.

  • What is the cheapest flight to France?

    The cheapest ticket to France from the United States found in the last 72 hours was $161 one-way, and $275 round-trip. The most popular route is New York John F Kennedy Intl to Paris Charles de Gaulle and the cheapest round-trip airline ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was $329.

  • Which airlines fly to France?

    Air France, Virgin Atlantic & Delta fly the most frequently from the United States to France. The most popular route is from New York to Paris, and KLM, Air France and Delta fly this route the most.

  • What are the most popular destinations in France?

    Based on KAYAK flight searches, the most popular destination is Paris (88% of total searches to France). The next most popular destinations are Nice (7%) and Marseille (1%). Searches for flights to Toulouse (1%), to Lyon (0.9%) and to Bordeaux (0.6%) are also popular.

  • How does KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool help me choose the right time to buy?

    KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a given destination and date is likely to change within 7 days, so travelers know whether to wait or book now.

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Top tips for finding cheap flights to France

  • Enter your preferred departure airport and travel dates into the search form above to unlock the latest France flight deals.
  • France is a big country with different major cities. There are five main international airports serving the U.S.-to-France route; therefore, when visiting France, you should consider the proximity of your specific destination. If you are headed to the city center, then Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CGD) is ideal, or you can fly to Orly Airport (ORY), which is also easily accessible from the airport.
  • The five busiest airports are also the most cost-effective to fly into France. You can take your flight to either one, like Nice Airport (NCE), then connect to the rest of the country via metro transit, which is easily accessible and wallet-friendly.
  • If you are traveling during winter, consider landing at Lyon-Saint Exupery Airport (LYS), as the airport has close proximity to powdery pistes at Les Deux Alpes and Chamrousse.
  • If you are traveling on a budget, the Beauvais Airport (BVA), located about 85 kilometers from Paris, is the ideal airport to which to fly. The airport serves budget-friendly airlines traveling internationally and domestically. It is, however, the farthest from the capital and, therefore, might take you a while to get to Paris.
  • If you are visiting France on business, the Le Bourget Airport (LBG), which is approximately 6.8 miles (11 km) from France's city center, is a business airport. Business facilities within the airport could be helpful for your needs.
  • Flights from the US to France will arrive either at Cote d’Azur Airport (NCE) in the city of Nice at the southeastern edge of the country, or at one of the two international airports that serve the greater metropolitan area of the capital Paris: Paris Orly Airport (ORY) and Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) in the north.
  • Cote d’Azur Airport in the southern region of Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur allows tourists to visit the French Alps, Mont Blanc and the city of Cannes, which hosts its famous film festival. It is also home to the Mediterranean port city of Marseille as well as the principality of Monaco.
  • The Loire Valley wine region of France stretches from the city of Nantes in Pays de la Loire up to the city of Orleans in Centre Val de Loire. Both regions lie due west of Paris and are easy to access if you fly into one of the two Paris airports, although Paris Orly Airport is geographically closer to both.
  • The city of Orleans is the closest major interior city from either Paris airport and is a perfect gateway to visit Dijon, Bourges and Limoges.
  • Southwestern France is dominated by the regions of Nouvelle Aquitaine and Occitanie, marking the border with Spain. It’s a long drive from Paris or Nice, so you may wish to take a connecting flight into Merignac Airport (BOD) in Bordeaux or Blagnac Airport (TLS) in Toulouse in order to get there and save some time.
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Top 5 airlines flying to France

Need help choosing which airline to fly with from the United States to France? KAYAK airline reviews give an overall score for each airline based on loads of factors, including comfort, boarding, in-flight entertainment and more, to make your decision easier. See airline scores according to verified KAYAK customer reviews.
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It was very cold because the air conditioner was on high power, and my son got sick.

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It was very cold because the air conditioner was on high power, and my son got sick.

Ticketing and scheduling was a nightmare. The flight itself was very pleasant

3 hours late and all they have is was a $12 meal voucher. That’s not even enough to cover fast food.

Among the poorest flights I’ve had with Delta in a while. Entertainment system failed completely on a 7.5 hr flight. Crew seemed distracted and not the normal friendly crew. Flight overbooked it seemed… very crowded.

If I can, I always fly Delta. I’ve found their service to always be reliable and pleasant.

You could have not cancelled the flight (AA, which I will be flying from now on) left for BOS despite the fictitious weather issues (that no one in my Boston family could see). You could have rebooked my direct flight to another direct flight instead of sending me though JFK, the worst US airport after O’Hara You could have rebooked me on a Main Cabin seat (like the one I paid for in my original ticket instead of putting me a the last row on JFK->BOS leg, pocketing the difference in ticket price But I do not really care whether you will ever do that in a future because in a future neither I nor anyone from my company (unless they pay out of pocket) nor an of my clients and partners (if they heed my advice) will ever be caught dead on any of Delta flights

Really bad baggage handling. Had my Rimowa bag badly damaged at the latches.

It was pretty good I was worried with the short Layover that I might not catch my connection but the gate was there

It was good until there was a 3 hour delay because there was not any pilots to fly the plane.

There was plenty of overhead room but half of the passengers were told they had to check their carryon bags. My partner and I checked in as early as possible and our seats were split across the aisle.

My only issue was my meal was inedible except for the sides.

Old cabine without flat bed in business for a 12 hour flight is not acceptable

Generally good. The crew is excellent. The food could be better.

Did not find the wheelchair that supposed to assist and went to a long queue for transit security chk which was very slow and boarding desk wanted to close counter although that they knew that I am minutes away because of their mistake of not providing the wheelchair.

Boarding was smooth and on time. The seat was comfortable and the entertainment worked. Staff were gracious.

Business class in the second leg - CDG-EVN was a disaster.

I have used Air France and KLM many times it will help if they change their menu's feel like it's been the same for years!!!, Especially the breakfast. Overall the flight was good and enjoyable.

No birding was given for next trip on same carrier, food was very moderate.

We transited through Chad and what was supposed to be a 1hr 20 minutes transit time lasted over 4hrs. We didn't get regular updates until we complained. After a 10hr flight from Paris no form of refreshment given and finally arrived Abuja over 6hrs later and none of my bags came

The line at boarding was not well organized and managed

The entertainment wasn’t playing in the app or online.

Lady was a bit rude during boarding and I was being nice to her.

Why does it have to be painful to fly long distances?

It is a modern tragedy that any airline expects you to travel for 14 hours in such discomfort and that the only way to add comfort is exorbitant prices. I was in pain by the time we landed. Shameful.

Original plane sidelined. Had to wait an hour for replacement.

Crew was very cooperative and professional. Passenger's first checked in bag should be free.

No real agent onsite helping you for missing luggage there. Not like the other airline next to UA desk, they have staff attending in their desk assisting answer/helping luggage issue, even after midnight.

Horrible, the flights kept delaying, so it is obvious that we won't be able to make it to the next connection. No easier/real agent on site to help you figure this out. UA agent on other counters refuse to assist you and direct us to use the QR code/call customer service. So inefficient and poor. While technology seems convenient, but it's not the best interest/experience for customers need help while there is active issue need assistance.

Food is very bad and entertint not too many options ... flight attendet service is not good

After the morning frenzy of 35 min wait through CLT security at 4;30 AM, it was nice to have a smooth pleasant boarding experience. This 6:30 AM flight was not full. We were able to get seated swiftly and took off promptly. Nice touch they distributed the old fashioned headsets with 8 mm jacks. Snacks were decent and arrival was uneventful.

Seats are weirdly bent, I felt hunched the entire time.

Nothing exceptional. No drink of any type, even in first class was provided for the hour and half trip.

Paid for premium economy had no tv the whole time the crew tried to reset/reboot but would not work they said they would put a trouble ticket in for it. We had 3 seats my tv was the only one that didn't work. They cancelled our flight re worked us on another that left us at airport over night on the floor I have a ten year old and a 78 diabetic mother which also had shingles and suffers from nerve pain in legs and back. Requested wheelchair service at all airports after the re route NO wheelchair service was there to help. WORST experience we have ever had. Went to American airlines assistance it was closed. I AM FURIOUS!!! I expect some sort of compensation from this traumatic experience and no need for flying points we don't plan on using American airlines again!!!!

This is by far the worst experience I have had with American Airlines. The start of this trip was a complete disaster. I purposely planned my trip so that I would weather any delays so that I could make very important meeting at the Pentagon. My flight was cancelled because of maintenance and I was put on the first flight the next day but I was late to the meeting. After a long week at the Pentagon I just wanted to go home and my flight home which was early in the day was delayed. Eventually the flight was delayed until the next day. I was not authorized a hotel room because DCA was my point of origin. So I paid for a hotel out of pocket. The flight this morning was boarded then deplaned because the aircraft was hot. The flow of information was not happening in DCA and made it worse when the news was bad. I am going to take a break from American for my next few military flights. Hopefully whatever has been going on with American Airlines will be resolved.

We had a 2 hour delay. The seats were smaller than most other airlines. The person in front of us wanted to lay back and we had to stop her because she was pressing against my girlfriend’s legs. We had to ask her to sit up and not lay back due to the lack of room.

Information when booking said the flight would be with American Airlines but the flight was actualy with British Airways. Check in from Orlando was nice and quick. I agreed to put my cabin case in the checked luggage as it was a full flight. Case came back damaged (unable to put the handle down) so will have to dispose of it. Seats were quite cramped with very little leg room, even for economy. This was the experience of both the outgoing and return flight. Cabin crew were ok and flight time was punctual.

Everything was fine once we actually got on our flight. It was more then annoying they canceled (delayed) our flight. We lost out on a day of our trip along with money on our stay. Plus we had to book another hotel. So expensive.

This flight was canceled and delayed several times without explanation. The plane was freezing cold and no wifi for messaging. Getting off the plane was terribly unorganized and felt like it took forever….

The flight was delayed several times without explanation. The seats were terribly uncomfortable and wifi isn’t included. All these make for a less than ideal flight.

The flights was delayed by hours and it was the firmest landing I have experienced in my life. My back is still sore.

Economy class has no legroom so if you have the money worth to upgrade! Food was absolutely horrible! The crew was super nice!!!!!

The flight was provided by Aer Lingus and our seats were in a poor condition (15A & 15C). They looked like they needed repairing/replacing and were uncomfortable for such a long flight. Also the arm rests on Aer Lingus planes do not lift more than around 45 degrees, instead of the usual 90 degrees upright, meaning you cannot maximum the space between you & your travel companion so as to be more comfortable for such a long flight.

Flights were actually with Aer Lingus outward and American Airlines & Aer Lingus on the return journey. Outward flight with Aer Lingus was good but the return flight with them was not so good as our seats were in a poor condition (15A & 15C) and looked like they needed replacing! The American Airlines flight from Miami to JFK New York was good and the seats were very comfortable and spacious (32D & 32E)

Awful. Delay, lost vacation time and travel time now more than 24h

Awful. Flight delayed and we missed our long flight to Rome. It has been a nightmare and we have still not arrived. It was NOT a weather delay, just poor planning by AA

Boarding was as fast and efficient as possible. The flight crew were amazing and extremely friendly. We enjoyed our flight.

Very bed boarding, there was overbooked and make a lot of problems and noises

There was a problem in the luggage because there were not porters

On my way from Chicago to London, I was seated next to a quite heavy passenger. I could barely move. BA should have ensured that overweight customers are placed in comfortable seats and not to penalize also other passengers because BA is not willing to accommodate these passengers and their needs. No respect at all.

The flight as far as timings go was excellent. Unfortunately we ended up sat with someone on a night flight who had been drinking alcohol before boarding and BA staff were happily serving him more alcohol. He was very drunk which made our flight uncomfortable and awkward. My partner had this person lying on him whilst asleep. Alcohol should be served minimally. If there had been an emergency this person would not have been in a fit state to act accordingly.

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