Cheap Flights from Sydney to Paris (SYDA - PARI)

Flight information Sydney to Paris

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Average flight time, total distance 10544 miles

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Paris Charles de Gaulle, Paris Orly and Paris Beauvais

3 airports

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Direct flights from Sydney to Paris

No direct flights are available to Paris from Sydney due to the distance involved, but there are plenty of airlines which operate flights with one or more stops along the way. These include companies such as Scoot, Cathay Pacific, Singapore Airlines, SriLankan Airlines, Virgin Australia, SAS, Emirates, Etihad Airways, and Qantas.

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Sydney Airport (SYDA) information

Getting there

When leaving Sydney for Paris, you will fly out of Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport, one of the busiest airports in the country. Located about 8kms from the Sydney CBD, the airport can be reached in various ways. For example, you might decide to drive there in your own car (there is short-term and long-term parking available at the terminal); take a public bus or train; or catch a taxi.

Terminal information

On the day of your overseas flight to Paris, you will need to make your way to the international terminal at Sydney airport. While you wait to hop on the plane, you’ll see that the building houses many services, such as a plethora of shops and restaurants, plus Wi-Fi.

Your plane may land at one of three airports which service the city of Paris in France. There is the main Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (referred to by locals as Aeroport Roissy), which is about 26km from the centre of Paris and the second busiest airport in Europe; Paris Orly International Airport (also known simply as Paris Orly Airport), which is just 13km south of Paris and which used to be the main hub for the city; and Paris Beauvais-Tille Airport (also known as Paris Beauvais Airport or Beauvais-Tille Airport), which is 85km from the CBD.

Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports have a large number of shops and restaurants for passengers to use, as well as other services; while Beauvais airport has a more limited number of food and beverage outlets and shops, plus some other facilities.

Paris information

Time difference from Sydney to Paris

Paris is eight hours behind Sydney, so you will need to wind your watch back when you arrive in France.


Paris is beautiful at any time of year, but if you prefer warmer weather then you may want to avoid visiting the city during winter.

Expect to pay

Paris is typically more expensive than Sydney in many areas. For example, the average cost of a regular cappuccino in Sydney is $3.75, while in Paris you’ll be charged about $5.47.

Transportation to city centre

To get into the Paris CBD from any of the airports you can take a taxi; prices vary depending on which terminal you leave from, but as an example you’d be looking at around $75 to $95 from Charles de Gaulle or up to $250 from Beauvais. Alternatively, you can look at other transport options such as getting on a train or bus, organising an airport transfer, or hiring a car.

Mode of payment

Cash (the Euro) and credit cards are commonly-accepted forms of payment in Paris.

You can click through to this page to read more information about flying into Paris.

Please note: all information is correct as of May 2016.

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