|Avg. Flight Duration:|
14 hours 35 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Boston|
|Flights arrive in:||Paris|
|Airlines:||Royal Air Maroc, azores airlines, JetBlue Airways, TAP Portugal|
Travel between the US city of Boston and the French capital Paris is incredibly fast, thanks to multiple flights that make the journey every day. Boston to Paris flights depart from Logan International Airport several times per day, many flying non stop to Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport. Direct Boston to Paris flights take only 6.5 or 7 hours to reach Paris, usually overnight. To fly on a more economical ticket, passengers can take a connecting flight, which vary in duration and require one or two stops en route.
All Boston to Paris flights leave from New England’s largest airport, Logan International. Although the airport is situated outside Downtown, the journey by public transport is easy. The Logan Express operates from Downtown Boston to the airport, taking about 30 minutes. Travellers on Boston to Paris flights can also choose from a variety of public transportation routes, including the Silver Line Bus Rapid Transit Service SL1, which runs between the airport and South Station, and the Blue Line Subway, which runs to the Airport Station and requires a transfer to a shuttle bus.
France’s largest international airport Charles de Gaulle welcomes numerous Boston to Paris flights every day. Thousands of travellers on Boston to Paris flights arrive in Paris to soak up the incredible architecture, iconic monuments and art of the city, or sample local delicacies. The city’s busy airport is located about 45 minutes away from Paris centre, but there are several transport options for visitors on Boston to Paris flights to reach the city centre. The RER train is the most economical route for passengers with light baggage, with connections to the city Metro system. Alternatively, travellers can take an airport bus every 15 minutes to major points in the city, such as Place Charles de Gaulle.