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Cheap Flights From France

Ask someone what country is the world’s top tourist destination and they might not be able to guess that the answer is France. While other tourists hotspot might get more press, this European country as a whole has consistently been everyone’s favorite place to go. It’s not just the food, the wine, the scenic landscapes, or the rich and compelling history. You could write a thousand reasons that France is the world’s top tourist destination and have room for many more.

Airports in France

Transportation throughout the country has evolved to handle the volume of travelers seeking love, beauty, and wine bottles. Options for exploring France range from quaint electric rail cars to trans-global flights. You can also find your own rental car using our handy search tool. Here is a short list of France’s busiest airports when it’s time to say “au revoir.”

  • Paris. The capital city of France has two airports, Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG) and Paris Orly (ORY). They are also the two busiest airports in the country, with CDG handling almost twice as much traffic as its counterpart. Both airports host flag carriers and low-cost airlines alike, with more flights leaving from the much larger Charles De Gaulle.
  • Nice. More than 11 million travelers move through Nice Côte d'Azur Airport (NCE) annually, making it the busiest airport in France outside of Paris. A popular tourist destination in the south of France, tourists and locals alike flock to the scenic coastlines and Roman ruins. If you’re visiting Monaco, you’ll be using this airport.
  • Lyon. Lyon–Saint Exupéry Airport (LYS) serves the communities of eastern France and the province of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, which borders Switzerland and Italy. Flights from here go to international and regional destinations, mostly care of Europe’s notoriously low cost carriers.
  • All of the above airports are closely connected to local and long-distance ground transportation. An important part of that is the high speed rail system you’ve heard about. Virtually every major city in France has an express or high speed train that connects downtown directly with the airport. For Nice, that includes seafaring connections from the coast via the Mediterranean.

    Airlines that fly from France

    France is popular enough to host virtually every airline in the world in the capital city alone. Airports in all of the major cities can connect you with your flight of choice if they don’t have a direct or non-stop flight to your destination. The following are a few of the more popular choices with the most to offer when it comes to destinations.

    • Air France. A strong presence in all four of the above airports, the national airline uses both of the Parisian airports as a hub and the other two as focus cities. Most of the international and long-haul flights from France are serviced by this major intercontinental airline.
    • Air Canada. You can find Canada’s friendly neighborhood flag carrier at all of the above airports with the exception of Orly. You can fly direct to Montreal or Vancouver or non-stop to Toronto. Flights from Nice to Montreal are seasonal and operated by Air Canada Rouge.
    • easyJet. One of many low-cost regional airlines that operate from virtually every commercial airport in France, easyJet flies to an impressive amount of locations from many French airports. Part of the roster is seasonal, as this airline focuses on vacation times and popular holiday destinations.

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