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Cheap Flights from Birmingham to Paris

Flight information Birmingham to Paris

Cheapest return price last month

£79

Direct airlines

5

Flights per week

42

Average flight time, total distance 294 miles

1h 15min

Most popular airline last month

Air France

Paris Charles de Gaulle, Paris Orly and Paris Beauvais

3 airports

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Hotel Costes

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Hotel Plaza Athenee

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Hilton Paris Opera

29
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19
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Airlines that fly from Birmingham to Paris

AirFrance and Flybe both fly from Birmingham to Paris-Charles de Gaulle.

Terminal Information – Departing

Birmingham Airport only has one terminal with plenty to keep every member of the family entertained. Children can unwind at the SkyZone Play Area, while glamorous travellers can get a last minute manicure at Cloud Nails.

There are lots of shops to keep you occupied. Airport favourites WordDutyFree and WHSmith are there, as well as high street brands including Next and Superdry. If you want to settle your stomach there are plenty of places to grab a bite to eat: whether you fancy a big sit down meal at Frankie & Benny’s or a quick sandwich from Upper Crust. The Blanc et Noir champagne bar is the perfect place to get into the Parisian frame of mind.

Birmingham Airport has two executive lounges, where you can wait for your flight in luxury. Both lounges have complementary food, drinks, and Wi-Fi so if you have a couple of hours to kill there’s no better place. Time in the lounge is usually limited to three hours.

Terminal Information – Arriving

Flights from Birmingham to Paris usually land in Terminal 2E at Charles de Gaulle Airport. This terminal is very well connected and it’s easy to reach Paris from here. The TGV (high speed train) station is in Terminal 2, in the direction of Terminals 2C and 2D. All of the airport buses stop at Terminal 2E, including Roissybus, Noctilien, Buses 350 and 351. The Disneyland Paris Magical Shuttle also stops at Terminal 2E.

Practical Information

You need a valid passport to travel to France from the UK. Make sure your passport isn’t due to expire while you’re away: if it is you might not be allowed to board your flight to Paris. Try to arrive at the airport no later than one hour before your flight is due to depart. Give yourself extra time if you are checking luggage into the hold, or if you are travelling during peak times (school holidays, evenings and weekends).

What to expect in Paris

Paris is a very expensive city. There are plenty of ways to enjoy Paris on a budget however check out our favourite Paris hotels for every budget to find the ideal accommodation for a great price . A three course meal for two in Paris shouldn’t cost much more than it would in a similar restaurant in Birmingham, and the wine is a lot cheaper too.

If you want to enjoy the 10 best things to do in Paris you will need to do your research. Most businesses in the French capital take one day off a week: shops usually close on Sunday, restaurants on Monday, and many of the museums and art galleries on Tuesday. Check opening hours before building your itinerary around an attraction that is unfortunately closed.

France is one hour ahead of the UK.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.