Cheap Flights from Liverpool to Paris

Flight information Liverpool to Paris

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Average flight time, total distance 371 miles

1h 25min

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Paris Charles de Gaulle, Paris Orly and Paris Beauvais

3 airports

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Flights from Liverpool to Paris

This information is correct as of October 2015

Airlines that fly from Liverpool to Paris

easyJet offer direct flights from Liverpool to Paris-Charles de Gaulle.

Terminal Information – Departing

Liverpool Airport only has one terminal. When you fly to France you can take advantage of tax free shopping. Pick up some bargains in World Duty Free and JD Sports or stock up on last minute essentials at Boots and WHSmith. There are nine places to eat and drink at Liverpool Airport including Subway, Wetherspoons, Starbucks and Frankie & Benny's. There's also an Aspire Lounge. Prices start at £19.99* if you pre-book. Inside you can enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi, snacks and drinks.

Terminal Information – Arriving

easyJet flights land in Charles de Gaulle's Terminal 2. There's a taxi rank outside, but you can expect to pay around €150* (just under £110) for a trip into the city centre. Public transport at Terminal 2 is excellent. There's a train station where you can catch long distance TGV trains to other places in France or catch the Line B RER commuter train into the city centre. Tickets cost €10* (about £7.25) and it takes just over half an hour to reach the Gare du Nord in central Paris. The trains are regular, arriving every eight minutes or so. The ticket machines only accept coins, so if you have any left over from your last trip abroad be sure to bring them. The Roissybus also charges €10* (about £7.25) per ticket, but takes a little longer to reach the city centre as it's subject to traffic. Local buses 350 and 351 are the cheapest way to reach the city at €5.70* (just over £4). There's also a number of shuttle buses, including the Magical Shuttle to Disneyland Paris.

Or you could drive: just remember to compare car hire at Paris Charles de Gaulle to get the best deal.

Practical Information

You need a valid passport to travel from the UK to France. We recommend arriving at the airport about 90 minutes before your flight is due to depart. Leave extra time if you have luggage to check in or if you're travelling during the school holidays.

What to expect in Paris

France is one hour ahead of the UK and the currency is the Euro (€). It's a wise idea to learn a few French phrases before you travel. French people (Parisians especially) are very proud of their language and can become stand-offish if you speak to them in English immediately. Try to learn the words for hello (bonjour), goodbye (au revoir), please (s'il vous plais) and thank you (merci). Attempting to speak the lingo will definitely go a long way. Summers in Paris are very hot, and the city can feel a bit like a ghost town as locals flock to the coast. Plan your itinerary carefully as most shops and museums take one day off a week. Some take Sunday, others take Monday, and a few take Tuesday.

*Prices subject to change

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