Paris is the kind of city that barely needs an introduction. The French capital is known the world over as the city of love, so it’s perfect for romantic mini-breaks, long weekends and honeymoons. With an extra-large helping of the planet’s most famous landmarks – including the Eiffel Tower – it’s also top of the list when it comes to culture. Book a London to Paris flight and you can see the Notre-Dame cathedral and visit the Louvre Museum, or just shop for designer labels along the Champs Elysées if you’d rather. You’ll land at Paris Charles De Gaulle Airport, or the smaller Orly Airport. From there, the capital of France is all yours.
A flight from London to Paris usually takes about 1 hour 15 minutes, although it can vary by about 10 minutes either side of that depending on which airport you fly from.
Popular airlines that run London to Paris flights include British Airways, EasyJet and Iberia, although there are plenty more. Just bear in mind that each airline operates to a different schedule, so the best way to find flights from London to Paris is to use the search function at the top of this page. Add filters to narrow your search.
The London to Paris flight route is a popular one, with multiple flights a day. That means finding one to fit your itinerary should be nice and easy.
You can book flights to Paris from London Gatwick, London Luton, Heathrow, Stansted and London City airports.
The cheapest route between London and Paris is flying from London Luton Airport. That said, it’s worth factoring in costs for transport at either end of your trip, as well as in your destination, as this can have a big impact on the overall cost of your break.
London to Paris flights open up a long list of things to do. Museums, churches and theatres vie for attention alongside famous squares and national monuments, so prepare to be busy. But it’s not all non-stop sightseeing. Like London, Paris is also great for people-watching, so you can settle in to a pavement café with a coffee and a pastry, and watch as Parisian life unfolds in front of you. Weather-wise, Paris isn’t too different to London, with highs of 20 degrees in July and lows of 5 degrees in January. But don’t just take our word for it – see this unmistakable city for yourself with a London to Paris flight.
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