Flights from Paris to London
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Flight information Paris to London
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Average flight time, total distance 326 kilometres
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Airlines that fly from Paris to London
There are at least 22 direct flights per day from Paris, France to London, United Kingdom. The airports in Paris operating on this route are Charles de Gaulle Airport in portions of several communes 25 kilometres northeast of Paris and Paris Orly Airport in Orly (partially in Villenueve-le-Roi). Airports serving London that receive flights from Paris are Gatwick Airport in Crawley, Heathrow Airport in west London, London City Airport in the Royal Docks in the London Borough of Newham, and Luton Airport in the Borough of Luton in Bedfordshire. There are a few airlines that provide direct passenger service on this route: easyJet operates daily flights from Charles de Gaulle Airport to Gatwick Airport and Luton Airport; British Airways has daily flights from Charles de Gaulle Airport and Paris Orly Airport to Heathrow Airport; Air France has daily flights from Charles de Gaulle Airport to Heathrow Airport; and Cityjet has daily flights from Paris Orly to London City Airport.
Connecting flights on this route can also be arranged, via Nantes, Luxembourg City, Manchester, or Bordeaux. The airlines that provide this service include Air France, Cityjet, Luxair, and British Airways.
From Charles de Gaulle Airport, easyJet operates in Terminal 2D, while British Airways operates in Terminal 2A. Air France operates from terminals 2E, 2F, and 2G, although flights to London are handled in Terminal 2E. Shops and food and beverage establishments in particular terminals are as follows: in Terminal 2D, Brioche Dorée, Exki, Hippopotamus, McDonald's and Starbucks; in Terminal 2A, Brioche Dorée, Caviar House & Prunier Seafood Bar, Café Ritazza, Exki, Frenchy's Bistro, and Starbucks; and in Terminal 2E, Illy Café, La Terrasse, Paul, Bert's, Exki, Fusion Wok, Illy Café, Le Petit Gourmet, Meza Liza (Noura), Miyou, Piatto Del Gusto, Fly Bar, I love Paris by Guy Martin, Illy Café, Taste'N Fly, Café Cubiste, Caviar House & Prunier Seafood Bar, Naked, Paul, and Starbucks.
CityJet handles flights from the West Terminal of Paris Orly Airport. The west terminal has a restaurant called La Brasserie, and cafes, bars, and snack bars such as Columbus Café, Illy Café, Le Bar Américain, Couler Café, and L'Astrolabe. The terminal also has shops for alchol and tobacco, French food, jewellery and fashion, and entertainment.
EasyJet flights arrive at the North and South Terminals of Gatwick Airport, and at the one and only terminal of Luton Airport. British Airways arrives at London Heathrow Airport’s Terminals 3 and 5. Air France flights arrive at Terminal 3 of London Heathrow Airport. Meanwhile, CityJet operates at the one terminal of London City Airport.
Gatwick's terminals both offer a wide selection of food and beverage establishments, including The Flying Horse Wetherspoon Bar & Restaurant, Starbucks, Shake-a-hula, McDonald's Nando's, EAT., Frankie & Benny's, Armadillo Santa Fe Cafe, Apostrophe, Caviar House & Prunier, Wondertree, and Wagamama. Shops include Hugo Boss, Cath Kidston, Boots, Dune London, Fatface, Dixons Travel, Harrods, Havaianas, Mango, Pandora, Ray Ban, Superdry, Sunglass Hut, and Zara.
Luton Airport has limited but quality selections, with a French style bar called Bar Des Voyageurs and Bar 10, and various tax & duty free shopping.
Shops and restaurants featured in Heathrow Airport Terminal 3 include Chanel, Etro, Hermes Paris, Shoeshine, Oyster, Burberry, MiuMiu, Harrods, MAC, Swarovski, Gucci, Caviar House & Prunier, Bvlgari, and Ralph Lauren, while the ones in Heathrow Terminal 5 are Costca, Carluccio's, Cartier, Louis Vuitton, Kurt Geiger, Paul Smith, Rolex, and Pret a Manger.
Dining options in London City Airport include Pret A Manger and Panopolis, while shops include WHSmith.
France is a member of the European Union; hence visitors from Paris do not need a visa to visit London. Tourists are usually permitted to stay visa-free for 90 days or fewer, although some may be allowed to stay up to six months. Other travel documents that may be needed for this flight include a valid passport, flight itinerary, and identification documents, among others. For international flights, it is recommended for passengers to arrive at the airport of departure three to four hours before flight time.
What to expect in London
The local time in Paris, France is one hour ahead of the local time in London, United Kingdom. This means that if it is 6:27 AM on a Monday in Paris, then it is 5:27 AM on a Monday in London at the exact same time. Paris has four seasons: summer is from June to September, autumn is from September to December, winter is from December to March, and spring is from March to June. The city has a typical Western European oceanic climate affected by the North Atlantic current.
London meanwhile is known as a rainy city despite receiving less precipitation than cities like Sydney and Naples. Like Paris, London has four seasons as well, although the weather is generally unpredictable. During spring on March to May, the temperature ranges from a pleasant 20°C with occasional chilly and damp weather. Summer occurs from June to August and brings about either continuous rain or sunny days. Mid-September signifies the start of autumn, which runs until late November. Expect rainy days. Winter is from December to February, with near-freezing temperatures and with rare frosts and even more rainfall.
When comparing the cost of living between Paris and London, consumer prices in London are generally only a bit more expensive than in Paris, playing around 17.38%. Rent prices in London can go up to 78.75% higher, though. Restaurant prices are about 21.17% more expensive in London than in Paris.
This information is correct as of August 2015.
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