This Route is Operated by:
Blue Air, Ryanair, Iberia Express, TAP Portugal, Vueling, Air Europa, Transavia France, easyJet
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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
3 hours 48 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Madrid|
|Flights arrive in:||Paris|
|Airlines:||Air Nostrum , Ryanair, Iberia Express, Iberia, White Airways, TAP Portugal, Vueling, Air Europa, Transavia France|
The first service of the day is the 06:45 Ryanair flight, while the last direct flight leaves Madrid at 20:45 and is operated by Transavia. Throughout the day, you can expect at least 1 departure per hour between the two cities, and flights are provided by airlines which include Ryanair, Transavia, Iberia, Easyjet, Air France and Air Europa. There is no need to change at any point, and peak times tend to be in the late afternoon, when prices can be higher.
All flights from Madrid to Paris will depart from Madrid Barajas Airport. Barajas is fairly centrally located, in the north-east part of the Spanish capital and has excellent links to the city centre. Simply take Metro Line 8, Bus 203 from Atocha or a direct express train service to locations in Madrid such as Atocha, Chamartin and Principe Pio. The quickest way to get to your flight will be by Metro, which takes just 15 minutes and runs from 6 am until 1:30 am.
Romantic, artistic, bursting with energy and beauty - Paris attracts people with a sense of romance and imagination to its museums, parks, boulevards and cafes. Flights from Madrid to Paris will arrive at one of the city's major airports - either Charles de Gaulle, Orly or the slightly more distant Beauvais Airport. Wherever you land, getting to the centre of town should be easy. There are shuttle buses from Beauvais (taking over an hour), RER rail lines C and B run from Orly (taking 30 minutes), while Charles De Gaulle is also linked to the centre via RER line B.