Cheap Flights from New York Newark to Paris
Flight information New York Newark to Paris
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Average flight time, total distance 3632 miles
Paris Charles de Gaulle, Paris Orly and Paris Beauvais
Flying from Newark, New Jersey to Paris will take you to a different world. You will leave a bustling airport that services New York, one of the most vibrant cities in the world, and arrive in Paris, known more as a place for romance. A few details about your departure location and your arrival destination can make this trip stress-free and pleasant. Let’s look at where you’ll be coming from and where you will be going.
Newark Liberty International Airport is a major airport in the Northeast, drawing passengers from New York City, as well as New Jersey’s towns and cities. The airport is 15 miles from Manhattan.
While the airport boasts over 50 different carriers, the ones that fly to Paris are Delta and OpenSkies. Both airlines offer non-stop flights to Paris, depending on the airport you want in Paris. Flight times range from 7 to 12 hours.
Delta utilizes the B1 Terminal with 9 different gates. OpenSkies operates out of Terminal B on Level 1.
How Early Should I Arrive?
For international travel, the minimum amount of time you should allow before your departure is 3 hours.
You can shorten your check-in and security waits by doing the following: pack your luggage in layers so that everything is visible in the security scanner, have your boarding pass and ID in hand, place loose metal in the bin you are provided, take your laptop out of its case, pack your suitcase or carryon in layers so all items are visible, and have prescriptions with you for all medicines.
You can choose from three airports for your trip to Paris: Le Bourget, Orly, and Charles de Gaulle Airport. If you are open about your airport choice, you can select the “Add nearby airports” box when searching for flights.
The distance from Le Bourget to the Eiffel Tower is 16.38 kilometers. Orly is 21. 8 km from the Eiffel Tower, and Charles de Gaulle is 29.8 km away from the tower.
You can plan ahead for car rental in Paris at all airport locations.
If you prefer a taxi, be prepared to pay cash. Taxi rates vary by time of day and the travel zone you are in, but to give you an idea of the faire, a trip from Orly to Paris would cost €30 to €45. You will have to adjust to the notion that the meter starts running when the cab is dispatched, not when you enter the vehicle. You will be charged €1 for luggage (per piece) and another €3 if you have four passengers. Cabs do not have child car seats. The tip rate is approximately 10%.
You can book a driver and car in advance for travel from the airport to your hotel. Rates vary by hotel location.
Comparing Newark to Paris
Newark has 206 sunny days per year, whereas Paris has about the same at 203 days. The average temperature is about the same for both cities. As far as the time difference, Newark is six hours behind Paris.
The major difference, of course, would be the nightlife. Paris is known for its all–night venues for entertainment and dining, whereas Newark is not very active after midnight.
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