Booking a flight from Manchester to Paris is easy, thanks to our smart search engine. Before you know it, you’ll be among the monuments and museums of the City of Lights – one of the most-visited holiday destinations in the world. Over 22 million tourists arrive in the French capital every year, pulled in by the petite pavement cafés, grand museums and elegant brasseries that decorate the city. And it’s all watched over by the grande dame of Parisian architecture – The Eiffel Tower.
If you fly direct, Manchester to Paris flights are between 1 hour 20 minutes and 1 hour 40 minutes long. Some flights stop in Amsterdam, adding a few extra hours to the journey.
Many European airlines fly between Manchester and Paris, including easyJet, British Airways, Flybe, Jet2.com, Ryanair, Lufthansa and Eurowings.
There’s a daily schedule of Manchester to Paris flights.
Your flight will start off from Manchester International. Direct flights usually land in Paris Charles De Gaulle, while indirect flights end up in Paris Orly. Charles De Gaulle is a little further away from the centre of Paris than Orly, adding on about 30 minutes’ transfer time.
There’s one direct flight route from Manchester to Paris – it goes from Manchester International to Paris Charles De Gaulle. It’s usually cheaper than opting for a stopover, too.
Paris is the showstopping capital city of France. Wide boulevards serve up top-shelf shops and boulangeries, grand squares star cathedrals like the Sacré-Cœur, and gardens showcase museums and galleries piled high with masterpieces. The Seine river cracks the city in two, offering a great chance to catch views of the Louvre, Notre-Dame Cathedral and Eiffel Tower from the water. Chances are, you’ll get clear views, too. The weather is generally milder, drier and sunnier in Paris – just three more reasons to book a Manchester to Paris flight.
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