Flights to Paris
Did you know that?
There are 5 airports in Paris.
- Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport, or also known as Roissy Airport, is the largest and most busy Paris airport. The airport serves as the base for Air France and as the main European base for Delta Air Lines. In 2010, the airport has used an incredible 58.2 million passengers, making Charles de Gaulle the fifth most busiest airport in the world. All airlines of the world offer all their flights to Paris.
- Paris-Orly Airport provides its passengers with many flights in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, the Caribbean, and North America and North-East Asia. Orly Airport is France's busiest airport in the number of domestic flights. The airport is run by a group of airports in Paris – Aéroports de Paris.
- The Beauvais-Tillé Airport was originally built as a small regional airport serving the city of Beauvais. The airport is capable of receiving medium-sized jets between 07:00a.m. and 11:30 p.m. The ban on flying after 11:30 p.m. was done in 2007 for the benefit of local residents. Later flights are redirected to other nearby airports such as Lille Lesquin International Airport, Brussels South Charleroi Airport, Liège Airport, Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport or Paris-Orly Airport.
- Paris – Le Bourget Airport is a city airport designed for general aviation and airline performance. The spaces in front of the airport are decorated with the statue of Raymond de Laroche, a French woman who, as the first woman, obtained the pilot's license.
- Châlons Vatry Airport is also known as Vatry International Airport and Paris Vatry Airport because it is near Vatry. The world-famous Disney Park is just 105 km from the airport. Flights to Vatra offer only one airline, Ryanair.
In addition, we include the airports for helicopters:
- Issy Les Moulineaux (JDP)
- La Defense Heliport (JPU)