Cheap Flights from Toronto to Paris
Flight information Toronto to Paris
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Average flight time, total distance 6035 kilometers
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Paris Charles de Gaulle, Paris Orly and Paris Beauvais
Paris, France is perhaps one of the world’s most iconic cities, with the Eiffel Tower being a selfie hotspot for millions of tourists every year. Fortunately for Toronto natives, the City of Lights is an accessible destination, in part because of the light entry requirements for Canadian citizens. Canadian passport holders do not need a visa to enter France; for stays of less than 90 days, all that is required is a passport that is valid for three months beyond the planned date of departure from the country. It is important to remember, however, that because France is in the Schengen Area, time spent in any other Schengen member state will also count towards the 90-day limit.
A number of carriers, including Air Canada, Air France, Delta Airlines, Air Brussels, and Lufthansa offer non-stop flights along this approximately 6,000-kilometer route. These flights vary in length, but often take between seven to eight hours in total. Because the journey is international, the airport recommends that you arrive at least three hours before departure. This is especially important during peak flight times, which are between 7:00am to 9:30am and 3:00pm to 8:00pm daily. Fortunately, even if you breeze through check-in and security, you can use the saved time on the airport’s wide array of amenities, including shops, restaurants, a spa, and free in-terminal Wi-Fi to keep you entertained while you wait.
The Paris metropolitan area is served by three airports, Paris Charles de Gaulle, Paris Beauvais, and Paris Orly. When flying in from Toronto, it is most likely that you will land in Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) as this is France’s largest airport and the second busiest in Europe after Heathrow Airport in London. The airport has three terminals. Air Canada, Air France, and Delta Airlines fly into Terminal 2, while Brussels Airlines land in Terminal 1. For passengers’ convenience upon arrival, the airport is equipped with free Wi-Fi, electronic device charging stations, and a free mobile app with airport information. Charles de Gaulle also has a number of gourmet restaurants and shops offering Parisian classics, such as renowned macaroon cookies from iconic confectioner Ladurée. As for post-flight ground transportation, bus and rail services connect the airport to downtown, major railway stations, and Paris Orly Airport.
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