FLIGHTS TO PARIS
The city of Paris has air flights arriving at the city’s three airports: Paris-Charles de Gaulle GDG, Paris Orly and Paris Beauvais Tillé.
PARIS-CHARLES DE GAULLE AIRPORT
Paris Charles de Gaulle airport is the most important French airport and the second European airport by number of passengers (72,000,000 in 2018) after London Heathrow airport. This airport is located in Roissy, 25 km north-east of central Paris. The airport is connected to Paris by the trains that leave from the station located in terminal 2 (TGV, Thalys, Mainline and RER B) and by the Roissybus shuttle buses that arrive at Paris Opera. There are also numerous bus, taxi and shuttle services. Those who must take a connection departing from Orly airport can use Air France buses. These buses run every 30 minutes between the two airports.
Paris Orly airport is the second largest airport in Paris. This airport is located 17 km south of central Paris. A shuttle bus service connects it to the city (Air France and RATP). The airport is also connected to the railway network with the small automatic metro called Orlyval which connects it to Antony station on the RER line B. Those who must take a connection departing from Charles de Gaulle airport can use Air France buses. These buses run every 30 minutes between the two airports.
Paris-Beauvais airport, which is the most distant from Paris, is located 4 km from the city of Beauvais and 75 km north of central Paris. The city is connected to the airport by a shuttle bus service that departs from the airport and arrives in Paris Porte Maillot. Which is in the Place de la Porte Maillot not far from the Arc de Triomphe.
The climate of Paris.