This Route is Operated by:
Eurowings, Lufthansa, Thomas Cook Airlines, Flybe, Vueling, Air France, Sas Airways, easyJet, Transavia France
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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
4 hours 24 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Edinburgh|
|Flights arrive in:||Paris|
|Airlines:||Flybe, Air France, Sas Airways, British Airways, Transavia France, easyJet|
With between twelve and thirty flights from Edinburgh to Paris each day, it is easier than ever to bridge the gap between the French and Scottish capitals. Direct flights allow travellers to complete the 532 mile journey in around two hours while flights with stops at European cities like Brussels and Copenhagen are often chosen by business travellers.
Numerous airlines including British Airways and Vueling cover the popular route. easyJet is one of the most prominent carriers with a range of fast direct flights from Edinburgh to Paris right through the week.
While a direct flight with easyJet is the fastest option at just under two hours, journey times for indirect flights can vary dramatically according to the carrier and the duration of any stopovers.
Weekends tend to be busier with as many as 34 flights from Edinburgh to Paris in one day. Even during the middle of the week, travellers can access up to 17 departures including at least two fast, direct flights with easyJet. Planes leave at approximately hourly or half-hourly intervals from early morning until late evening.
Edinburgh Airport (EDI):The airport is close to both the M8 and M9 motorways and 8.6 miles from the city centre. It is easy to reach by tram from key stops like Princes Street while passengers making the transition from train to tram can do so at Haymarket or Edinburgh Park. Over 100 buses per day also ferry fliers to the airport. Both long and short-term parking is available.
Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG):The airport is one of three serving Paris along with Orly and Beauvois and well connected to the city centre by public transport links. The RER line B and SNCF train services offer the fastest routes into the city and departures are from the lower level. Taxis are readily available, as are car rental outlets for those who prefer to drive. The modern airport also boasts a good range of shops and restaurants.