This Route is Operated by:
Eurowings, Aigle Azur, Ryanair, Lot Polish Airlines, JOON, Czech Airlines, Vueling, Air France, Transavia France, easyJet
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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
5 hours 16 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Paris|
|Flights arrive in:||Budapest|
|Airlines:||csa, Eurowings, Ryanair, Lot Polish Airlines, easyJet, Transavia France|
Passengers wishing to travel from the French capital to the Hungarian will find air travel a great option. With flights readily available every day of the week and journey times as little as two hours ten minutes, passengers can choose from a range of air travel providers to see which best suits their need.
A range of airlines fly from Paris to Budapest, including Transavia, easyJet, budget carrier Ryanair and Air France. Air France is the only airline that offers flights every day of the week, including weekends. Others have several flights throughout the week but do not travel every day.
The shortest flight time for the journey from Paris to Budapest is two hours ten minutes, making it quite a short one. The flight times do not differ hugely across airlines.
Whenever passengers wish to travel, they should have a choice of direct departures. Between four and eight direct flights depart the French capital heading to Budapest every day of the year. Air France tend to offer the most flights on a daily basis, usually with a choice of morning, afternoon and evening flight times.
Departure airport: A majority of flights headed for Budapest depart from Paris Charles de Gaulle airport. Charles de Gaulle is the busiest airport in France and a large international hub. The terminals are linked by a metro service and local bus routes 350 and 351 connect the airport to the center of Paris. Rail service also allows access to the airport from Gare du Nord in 35 minutes. Within the airport, passengers can expect a wide choice of cafes, bars, and restaurants, and a good range of duty-free shops with VAT refunds available for those leaving the EU.
Arrival airport: Passengers will arrive at Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport, Budapest's largest airport. Local buses 200E and 93 serve the airport; the 200E is a prepaid service. Rail travel is available from Budapest Ferihegy Railway Station to Nyugati in central Budapest, taking just under 30 minutes. Within the airport, passengers will find various snack bars and restaurants as well as a pub and a large selection of shops selling Hungarian food, wine, and souvenirs.