Airports in France

Airports in France

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Travelling in France? Find the closest airport in France to your holiday destination.

Airports in France

The biggest carrier is Air France which, with its filial Brit Air, connects Paris with the major French cities, while an ever-decreasing number of smaller air companies offer provincial inter-city links.

Air travel is more expensive than rail and unexpected delays are more frequent. However, air links are quicker for travelling from one end of the country to the other.

Air France flight reservations and information is on 0820 820 820.

Budget-air carrier Ryanair now serves many French cities with flights both to the UK and to other European destinations.

For other companies contact the appropriate airport.

PARIS
Roissy – Charles de Gaulle
Main line: 01 48 62 12 12
Flight information: 01 48 62 22 80 and 0892 68 15 15 (same-day flights)

Orly
Main line: 01 49 75 52 52
Flight information: 01 49 75 15 15 and 08 92 68 15 15 (same-day flights)

BORDEAUX

Aéroport de Bordeaux-Merignac
Main line: 05 56 34 50 50

LILLE
Aéroport Lille Lesquin
Main line: 03 20 49 67 47

LYON
Aéroport Lyon-Saint Exupéry
Main line 04 26 00 70 07

Aéroport Lyon Bron
Main line: 04 78 26 81 09

MARSEILLE
Aéroport Marseille-Provence
Main line: 04 42 14 14 14

NICE
Aéroport de Nice Côte d'Azur
Main line: 04 89 88 98 28

 

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