Flights from Dublin to Paris

Flight information Dublin to Paris

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Average flight time, total distance 770 kilometres

1h 35min

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Aer Lingus

Paris Charles de Gaulle, Paris Orly and Paris Beauvais

3 airports

This information is correct as of November 2015

Airlines that fly from Dublin to Paris

Currently Ryanair, Transavia, Air France, Aer Lingus, Lufthansa and Swiss Air offer flights from Dublin to Paris.

Terminal Information – Departing

Dublin Airport has two terminals and is located just 20 minutes from the city centre of Dublin. It can be reached easily by local bus services, taxis and hire car.

Both terminals offer a great range of places in which to eat and shop including a large duty free area selling chocolates, alcohol, tobacco and fragrances; shops selling fashion, stationery, electronic items and toiletries as well as places to buy souvenirs and gifts. There are a variety of coffee shops, bars, restaurants and an Irish themed pub where customers can enjoy something to eat or drink before departure.  Essential facilities for customers provided at the airport include currency exchange facilities, an airport lounge, baby changing, car hire, free WiFi and luggage wrapping services. 

Terminal Information – Arriving

There are three main airports that serve Paris; Charles de Gaulle, Orly and Beauvais.

Charles de Gaulle Airport is located 23 km northeast of the city and has three terminals and can be reached using a variety of public transport. The RER train to central Paris has two stations at Charles de Gaulle, one at each terminal.  The cost of a ticket to central Paris is €9.50*. Paris CDG train-station is served by TGV high-speed trains linking directly with most French cities: Lille, Lyon, Marseille, Besançon, Dijon and Tours. There is an express bus from the airport. Roissybus travels from CDG directly to Place de l'Opéra and costs €11*. Taxis and car hire are also available.

Orly Airport is located 14km south of central Paris. It has two terminals and can be reached by bus, train, taxi or car hire. The RER can be reached via the light-rail connection, Orlyval in 8 minutes. Here you connect to RER line B for a direct and rapid train journey into central Paris. This costs €9.50*.You can also take the Orlybus shuttle direct from the airport, to Denfert Rochereau metro station in the southern part of central Paris.  This costs €7*.

Beauvais Airport is the smallest of the three and is 90 km northwest of the city of Paris. Only buses link the airport to the city centre and cost from €17* for a single journey. The journey time is approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes. Taxis and car hire are also available.

All three airport offer a range of dining and shopping options from high end designer fashions to toiletries, essentials, gifts, food and duty free. There are bars and restaurants serving fabulous French cuisine and basic sandwich and snack shops for smaller items. The airports offer free WiFi, baby changing facilities, currency exchange, airport lounges, car hire and much more.

 Practical Information

You need to bring your passport with you when you’re flying out-with the UK. There are printers in the check-in area of Paris’ Airport, so there’s no need to panic if you forget to print your boarding pass. If you have a smartphone you can store your boarding card electronically on your phone, security can scan the e-barcode, and you don’t need to worry about paper at all.

We recommend giving yourself plenty of time at the airport, so try not to arrive any later than one hour before your flight is due to depart. Queues at security are longer at weekends and during school holidays, so it’s worth giving yourself some extra time.

What to expect in Paris

Paris is one of the most expensive cities in Europe and it can be difficult to visit on a budget. All attractions and museums require payment upon entry however the beauty of Paris can be seen just as easily with free strolls along the Seine and along its chic streets. Bakeries and pastry shops provide relatively cheap food and snacks in comparison to the cafes and restaurants. A budget breakfast can be found for €4* plus while dinner in a modest bistro for one person starts at around €8*. The price of a bottle of wine starts from as little as €2*. Often coffee is more expensive than wine! Accommodation ranges from expensive luxury hotels to budget backpackers where beds in a shared room can be found for €12* per night.

*prices subject to change

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.