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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
2 hours 30 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Paris|
|Flights arrive in:||Nice|
|Airlines:||Air France, easyJet|
It's easy to take a flight from Paris to Nice, as there are plenty of daily services that run throughout the week. Most of the flights run directly and have a journey time of approximately one and a half hours, but there are some indirect flights that may last for several hours. Flights leave all day, with the first service departing in the early morning. After this, there are flights every one to two hours until the evening, when the last service of the day departs.
Direct flights from Paris to Rome usually take around 90 minutes. For indirect flights, the journey time may vary but may take up to 16 hours. EasyJet's direct flights usually take around one hour and 25 minutes.
On weekdays, there are usually around 20 flights per day, with flights leaving all morning, afternoon, and evening. At weekends there are many more services, with up to 30 direct flights and several more indirect flights. EasyJet offers around six flights per day.
Departure information: Charles de Gaulle Airport is easy to reach from the centre of Paris. Travellers can take the RER train service (Line B) to Terminal 3 from Gare du Nord or Denfert-Rochereau and there is a free shuttle service to Terminals 1 and 2. The RER train is the fastest way to reach the airport, and a journey will take between 35 and 45 minutes. Alternatively, the Roissybus service from Opera Garnier takes around 1 - 2 hours depending on traffic. Those flying from Orly can use the southern branch of the RER (Line B) or take Tramway Line 7 from Denfert-Rochereau.
Arrival Information:With its famous Promenade des Anglais and striking ochre coloured by buildings, Nice is considered one of the most prestigious destinations in the South of France. It's easy to reach the city centre from the Airport using the airport express bus services. The 98 takes passengers to the city's main bus station (Nice Riquier) while the 99 goes to Gare Nice Ville SNCF railway station. The local number 23 bus also leaves from Terminal 1, and a journey to Gare Nice Thiers rail station takes about 30 minutes.