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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
2 hours 5 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Barcelona|
|Flights arrive in:||Paris|
|Airlines:||Eurowings, Ryanair, Vueling, Air France, Transavia Airlines, Transavia France, easyJet|
Travelers have a wide range of direct and indirect flight options between the Catalonian and French capitals daily. Flights leave from Barcelona’s El Prat International Airport, to the southwest of the city, and land at both Charles de Gaulle and Orly Airports in Paris. Regular flights are provided by a range of budget and standard carriers. Travelers may also wish to consider Paris Beauvais Airport as a destination, around 44 miles from the city, in order to further expand their flight options.
Airlines offering direct flights from Barcelona to Paris include Air Europa, Air France, Kenya Airways, Iberia and Vueling. EasyJet is also a prominent carrier on this route. Indirect flights are provided by a host of airlines, including Swiss, Lufthansa and Alitalia, with stopovers in one of their respective hub cities.
Direct flights from Barcelona to Paris usually take between 1 hour 50 minutes to just over 2 hours. EasyJet flights tend to take 2 hours 5 minutes to Charles de Gaulle. Indirect services can, of course, take much longer, but the fastest one-stop journeys can take just over 3 and a half hours, often with a change of planes in Bordeaux.
A range of direct flights are available year-round; passengers can expect upwards of 30 such services on any given day. EasyJet flies to Paris Charles de Gaulle up to 3 times a day, every day. Dozens of indirect flights are available, no matter the season.
Departure airport: Barcelona Barcelona El Prat Airport is the second-largest in Spain, located around 8 miles southwest of the city. Trains regularly run from Barcelona Sants station in the city center to terminal 2 throughout the day. The journey takes around 20 minutes and the terminal is just a five-minute walk from the airport station. Alternatively, express buses leave Plaza Catalunya every 5-20 minutes from 5:30 a.m. to 01:00 a.m. daily. El Prat offers a wide range of services, including cell phone charging stations, luggage storage options, hotel services and free Wi-Fi.
Arrival airports: Paris: Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport is France’s busiest airport, located northeast of the city. The fastest way to reach the city is usually via the RER B regional line from both terminals. Travelers can also connect with intercity trains to other locations at the airport. There are also a range of local bus options. Orly airport, to the south, can also be reached via the RER B regional line, via ‘Anthony’ station. A shuttle connects the station to the airport. Travelers can also take a tram (line 7) northwards, and connect to the metro system. Both airports offer a wide range of services and facilities, including free Wi-Fi, cell phone charging, a range of lounges, and luggage storage options.