Cheap Flights from Washington Dulles to Paris Charles de Gaulle
Flight information Washington Dulles to Paris Charles de Gaulle
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Average flight time, total distance 3854 miles
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What Should I Expect On This Flight Route?
Flying from Washington DC’s Dulles International Airport to Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport isn’t the most popular route between these two cities, but you’ll still have your pick of carriers, if not flight times. When flying on this route, you can fly on Alitalia, British Airways, Iberia, Icelandair, KLM, Lufthansa, Delta, Etihad Airways, Swissair, United Airlines, and American Airlines, among others.
No matter what airline you choose to fly on, you’re in for a long trip. Most flights along this route take at least 11 hours, with some taking as many as 18 hours. The airline and schedule that you pick can have a huge influence on the amount that you’re forced to spend on the flight, so be sure to consult our resources here at Skyscanner before making your purchase.
Departing From Dulles
Washington DC’s Dulles International Airport isn’t the largest or the most luxurious airport, but it’ll do the trick. You’ll be departing from Dulles’ main terminal, although the concourse you depart from will vary depending on the airline you pick.
While at Dulles, you’ll be able to pick from a few restaurants and sparse shops to keep you busy before departure. Thankfully, there are rarely delays due to traffic or weather while departing from Dulles.
Is There A Layover?
Most of the flights along this route have a layover, which typically adds a few hours to your total travel time. The location of your layover will vary depending on your carrier, but the popular layovers of Boston Logan Airport and Reykjavik will offer you with plenty of eating and shopping opportunities.
Arriving At Charles de Gaulle
Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport is a busy and fully featured airport which should accommodate your flight with few delays. You’ll probably land in Terminal 3. Once you’re on the ground and through customs, make your way to the transportation center, where you’ll be able to reach Paris quite easily.
The transportation hub at Charles de Gaulle includes the regional express train, the Eurorail system, regional buses, and a public shuttle coach. You can also rent a car or hail a cab if you’re not interested in taking public transportation. Traffic is seldom bad around Charles de Gaulle.
After leaving Charles de Gaulle, you’ll be only half an hour from downtown Paris, where you’ll be treated to one of the world’s busiest tourist destinations. Paris is home to countless sights like the Louvre and the Eiffel Tower, and most visitors will struggle to see everything. If you’re interested in cuisine, there’s also countless French restaurants that will thrill foodies and casual eaters alike.
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