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Cheap Flights from Vancouver to Paris

Flight information Vancouver to Paris

cheapest roundtrip price from Vancouver to Paris last month

5

airlines fly non-stop from Vancouver to Paris

9

flights a week from Vancouver to Paris

9h 45min

average flight time from Vancouver to Paris, total distance 7916 kilometers

Air Canada

was the most popular airline flying from Vancouver to Paris last month

3 airports

Paris Charles de Gaulle, Paris Orly and Paris Beauvais

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Flight Information

Travellers can use Skyscanner to search for cheap, convenient flights from Vancouver to Paris for a productive business trip or a relaxing, luxurious holiday. Air France and Delta offer nonstop flights on most days. Travellers can also find flights to Paris from Vancouver with layovers through Air Canada, United, Lufthansa, KLM, British Airways, American Airlines, Icelandair, Brussels Airlines, and Swiss International Air Lines. Common stops include Montréal, Toronto, Chicago, Newark, Seattle, Minneapolis, Salt Lake City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Dallas, Atlanta, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Munich, London, Reykjavík, and Zürich.

Terminal Information for Vancouver International Airport

Vancouver to Paris flights leave from Vancouver International Airport's International Terminal. The entire airport offers free wireless internet access, and travellers can enjoy duty-free shopping, several restaurants, snack vendors, bars, and lounges. There's also a chemist, a spa, a 24-hour nursery and play area for kids, an interfaith chapel, and plenty of parking. People can visit the Domestic Terminal easily through the Link building or a free shuttle, and porters are available for a small fee.

Paris Airports Information

Charles de Gaulle Airport

Charles de Gaulle Airport is the largest international airport in France, and it's a main hub for Delta and Air France. Terminal 1 has a central building with a large skylight, five floors, and several shops and restaurants. Terminal 2 is for passengers flying in the Schengen Area, where passports aren't needed, and Terminal 3 is mostly for budget airlines. The airport has several play areas for kids and Playstation consoles in the boarding lounges. Baggage trolleys are free, ATMs are available in all the terminals, and Bureaux de Change are in Terminal 1 and Terminal 2.

Paris Orly Airport

Paris Orly is the busiest airport in the country for domestic flights, and it's also a popular destination for international flights. The terminals are called Terminal S and Terminal W, and the airport has a medical centre, a prayer area, a tourist information centre, free wireless internet access, and several shops and restaurants. It's a secondary hub for Air France. Many companies offer free buses to the city or between the terminals.

What You Need to Know

Travellers must have a valid passport and get to the airport at least two hours before a flight to enough time to pass through security. Car rentals are available from several companies at Charles de Gaulle and Orly. Visitors can also take the Metro, a bus, or a taxi.

What to Expect in Paris

Paris is warm and sunny, even in winter, while Vancouver is colder and rainier. However, it's still warmer than most of the rest of Canada. Paris time is nine hours ahead of Vancouver time, so you could experience some jet lag. A typical meal in Paris would cost 13.25 euros (about CA$19). Meanwhile, a taxi ride in Paris could cost 35 euros, or CA$50. The Metro is a convenient and inexpensive way to get around, and Paris is a great place for shopping and exploring museums like the famous Musée du Louvre or the Musée de L'Institut de Monde Arabe.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 15 days.