Flights from Paris to London

Paris to London

  • There are 177 flights a week from Paris to London
  • £65 was the cheapest return price from Paris to London last month
  • London is served by 6 airports. These are London City, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London Luton, London Southend, London Stansted.
  • The most popular airline flying from Paris to London last month was Air France
  • Paris to London is 202 miles
  • The average flight time from Paris to London is 1h
  • 4 airlines fly direct from Paris to London

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Flights from Paris to London

This information is correct as of October 2015

Airlines that fly from Paris to London

CityJet, British Airways, Air France and Easyjet operate flights from Paris to London Airports. CityJet fly from Paris Orly to London City Airport. British Airways fly from Paris Orly to London Heathrow. Air France fly from Paris Charles de Gaulle to London Heathrow. EasyJet fly from Paris Charles de Gaulle to both London Gatwick and Luton Airport.

Terminal Information

Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport

There are three terminals at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, with Terminal 2 split into six sections. EasyJet flights depart from Terminal 2D and Air France from Terminal 2E. As well as checking in at the airport you can check in online or via mobile using the Air France or Easyjet apps which store your boarding pass.

Terminal 2D is home to a duty free store, a Relay shop, McDonald’s, Starbucks and the Hippopotamus restaurant. The airport also boasts spa kiosks where you can get beauty treatments, a video games area and a range of services for business travellers.

Paris Orly Airport

Paris Orly Airport is divided between the Sud (south) Terminal and the Ouest (west) terminal. Both CityJet flights and British Airways flights depart from Orly Ouest.

In the departure hall of the Ouest Terminal there’s a good selection of shops and eateries. Magazines, newspapers, music and DVDs can be bought from Fnac, snacks from the Relay convenience store and a selection of perfumes, alcohol and luxury items at the duty free store. Food and drink options include Starbucks, Caviar House and Seafood Bar, Illy and Red d’Hippo.  

London Heathrow Airport

London Heathrow Airport is 15 miles west of London city centre. There are a number of terminals at the airport with British Airways flights from Paris arriving to Terminal 4 and Air France flights arriving to Terminal 5.

In each arrivals hall, there’s a range of facilities including car hire desks, a duty free shop, food and drink outlets and convenience stores. Taxis are available outside and passengers have the option of travelling to the city centre via the Heathrow Express train. The train takes just 15 minutes to reach London Paddington station and departs regularly. There are other slower bus less expensive public transport options for getting to the city centre including the Underground and buses.

London Gatwick Airport

London Gatwick Airport is situated 30 miles south of central London. The arrivals hall is home to a currency exchange, shops and cafés. There are also car hire offices, including desks for Hertz, Avis, Europcar, National and Sixt, and public transport hubs just outside the terminal building.

The Gatwick Express train is the quickest way to get to the city centre. It takes 30 minutes to reach London Victoria station and departs every 15 minutes. Passengers can also choose from other train routes, bus routes and national coach services.

London City Airport

London City Airport is located close to the city centre and offers easy access to the West End, the financial district and Canary Wharf. The Docklands Light railway provides an easy route from the airport to the city centre, joining to London underground stations along the way. Passengers can also choose to hire a car from the airport, or pick up a taxi from outside.

London Luton Airport

London Luton Airport is located 30 miles north of central London. Passengers who choose to hire a car will find car hire offices accessed by a short shuttle bus ride to the rental centre.

There are also regular shuttle buses and coaches heading into the city centre and to local train stations. National Express and EasyBus are the two main companies providing regular services into the centre.

What to Expect in London

Prices in London are a little more expensive than in Paris. You can expect to pay £60.00* for a mid-range three course meal for two, £4.00* for a bottle of beer and £2.50* for the average one-way journey on public transport.

The weather in London is unpredictable, just as in Paris. Temperatures are mild throughout the year, reaching the low twenties in summer, and there’s a fair bit of rain too.

London is one hour behind Paris.   

*Prices subject to change

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