Cheap Flights from Paris Charles de Gaulle to Calgary

Flight information Paris Charles de Gaulle to Toronto Pearson International

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Average flight time, total distance 6026 kilometers

8h 5min

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Toronto Pearson International

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Planning a vacation to Canada's cowboy country? Skyscanner can help you get the best route and cheapest airfare from Paris Charles de Galle International (CDG) to Calgary International Airport (YYC). While you're at it, check out prices on local hotels and car rentals. Then just hop on that plane and have some fun.

Best Time to Book a Flight to Calgary

July tends to be the most expensive month to fly to Calgary, perhaps because of the popularity of the Calgary Stampede. Availability is tight and flights sell out more quickly than normal. The Skyscanner Whole Month Search makes finding a good rate easier. Compare available fares for an entire month at one glance. Sometimes if you move your travel dates just a bit you can save money. The key is to buy that ticket ASAP before that great fare disappears. That goes for the least expensive travel times as well, such as late September through November. Try to fly midweek to keep costs down.

Airlines That Fly from Paris Charles de Gaulle to Calgary

All flights from Paris Charles de Gaulle to Calgary International have at least one stop. Air Canada, British Airways, Delta and KLM all have one-stop routes that are similarly priced. Routes connecting through London or Amsterdam usually have the shortest overall travel times. International departures from de Gaulle may leave from Terminal 1 or 2. If you're taking a taxi from downtown Paris to catch your flight, expect to pay about $72.00 CAD for the 40-kilometre ride. A surcharge is usually added for very early or late night flights. The RER Train charges $10.00 CAD for the same trip. Make sure you get to the airport at least two hours prior to your departure, even earlier if you can manage it. This gives you plenty of time to get through the security screening process. Don't forget your passport and your visa if you're staying six months or more.

What to Expect When Arriving in Calgary

Flights from Paris Charles de Gaulle arrive at Calgary's modern and environmentally friendly International Terminal. Passengers from the United States have separate immigration stations, cutting down the wait times for all international passengers. The advanced baggage system also saves time. If you happen to connect in a Canadian city, then chances are your flight will arrive in the main terminal. Both terminals are connected by a free passenger shuttle. In either case, you'll find car rental counters near baggage claim, with other transportation options just outside the doors. Downtown Calgary is about 20 kilometres away and a taxi ride will cost you about $45.00 CAD. The Airport Shuttle charges $10.00 CAD one way into the city centre.

Airport Facilities

It seems almost fitting that Calgary's modern airport is home to Space Port, a free interactive exhibit that highlights the space program and its astronauts. Calgary International also offers free Wi-Fi throughout the terminals and innovative Shiatsu Plus massage chairs available to ease those tired flying muscles. Both terminals have several cafes, fast food outlets, boutique shops, ATMs and currency exchange counters in both pre- and post-security areas. Customer Care Ambassadors are available to answer questions about the airport or Calgary in general.

What to Do and See in Calgary

If you're visiting Calgary in July, you're in for a real Western show. The Calgary Stampede, one of the largest and longest running rodeos, is a must see event. Cowboys from across North America and beyond come to compete. In the mood for some laid-back outdoor time? Rent a bike or simply go for a hike in nearby Fish Creek Provincial Park, just south of downtown Calgary. If you're looking for more action, Calaway Park is an amusement park with rides, games and food vendors that are fun for all ages. A fairly new addition is Calaway's 3D theatre. For a bird's eye view of the city and the surrounding countryside, head for the Calgary Tower. Take in the view from 190 metres above street level while you enjoy a meal at the city's signature revolving restaurant.

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