Cheap Flights from Newcastle to Paris

Flight information Newcastle to Paris

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Average flight time, total distance 446 miles

1h 50min

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Air France

Paris Charles de Gaulle, Paris Orly and Paris Beauvais

3 airports

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Flights from Newcastle to Paris

This information is correct as of August 2015

Airlines that fly from Newcastle to Paris

Air France and Flybe offer flights from Newcastle to Paris-Charles de Gaulle.

Terminal Information – Departing

Newcastle Airport has one terminal. The departure lounge has a full range of places designed for eating, shopping, and just having a bit of fun. There's an Aerospa if you want to treat yourself to a quick manicure before flying to Paris, and a 24 hour Namco Games arcade for a bit of family fun. There's an Accessorize, Boots, JD Sports, and Cuba Lily duty free store if you feel like you need a bit of retail therapy.

There are eleven different places to grab a bite or a drink in Newcastle Airport. You can enjoy a wide array of craft beers and ales at The Beer House, a quick coffee in Starbucks, a sarnie at Upper Crust or a good old fashioned British pasty at Greggs. For something more indulgent, head to Cabin: here you'll find plenty of fine wine and locally sourced food.

There's also an Aspire airport lounge. Unlimited Wi-Fi, complementary snacks, and entertainment for the children make it a peaceful place to unwind before you fly to Paris. Pre-book prices start at £21.99* for adults.

Terminal Information – Arriving

Flights from Newcastle to Paris usually land in Charles de Gaulle's terminal 2E. There's a free inter-terminal shuttle if you need to reach another part of the airport. There's plenty of public transport available at Terminal 2E, including the Disneyland Paris Magical Shuttle. There are a number of buses serving different parts of Paris, so make sure you know exactly where you're going before you arrive.

Practical Information

You need a valid passport to travel from the UK to France. Make sure your passport is valid for the duration of your trip. The French authorities are also happy to accept British passports that have been extended for 12 months by British consulates and embassies.

What to expect in Paris

Despite the weakness of the Euro, Paris is still a lot more expensive than Newcastle. The posh boutiques and bistros can easily empty your wallet, but our mini-budget guide to Paris shows that you can have a good time without breaking the bank. Although most people do understand English, the French are very proud and prefer to speak their own language. It's a good idea to swot up on a few French phrases: even knowing the words for hello (bonjour), please (s'il vous plais), thank you (merci), and goodbye (au revoir) will go a long way to making your trip a pleasant one.

While spontaneity is romantic, it pays to plan your itinerary carefully during a trip to Paris. Some attractions are closed on Sundays, some take Mondays off, and others are shut on Tuesdays. Many of the locals head to the coast during August, so a lot of the smaller shops and restaurants will be closed throughout the month.


*Prices subject to change

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