Flights to France

With the great number of international airports in France, no matter where you are flying from, you can get to France easily. Paris’s Charles de Gaulle airport is the eighth busiest airport in the world and the area’s main airport; Orly, also in Paris, is favoured by the smaller airlines. Charles de Gaulle airport is served by many airlines, both large and small. These include Air Moldova, Bmibaby, Cyprus Airways, Flybe, Gabon Airlines, United Airlines, Cathay Pacific and British Airways to name just a few. This airport serves as a main hub for Air France. With convenient train service to points throughout France and the rest of Europe, holidaymakers often choose to fly into Charles de Gaulle and the continue on to their final destination by train.
Another busy airport is the Cote d’Azur Airport in the South of France at Nice. Tourists flying to the that serve the area, making the French Riviera find a large selection of airlines flight to a Mediterranean holiday especially easy to arrange. A large number of Mediterranean cruise passengers also utilise this airport. Air Transat, Alpieagles, Blue Air, City Airline, InterSky and Flybe are just a few airlines that fly into Nice.
Marseille Provence Airport is the nation’s fifth busiest in terms of passenger traffic and is a popular tourist destination with frequent flights from around the world. Smaller French airports include the Bordeaux – Merignac Airport, which has nearly hourly flights to Paris and daily flights to airports throughout France. Flights to and from Europe are less frequent. To find the best flights to France, look online at a booking site or speak with your travel agent.