Flights from Paris to Amsterdam
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Flight information Paris to Amsterdam
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Average flight time, total distance 400 kilometres
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This information is correct as of April 2016
Airlines that fly from Paris to Amsterdam
3 airlines depart from Paris to Amsterdam.
Transavia fly from Paris Orly to Amsterdam, whereas KLM and Air France fly from Charles de Gaulle to Amsterdam.
Terminal Information - Departing
Flying from Charles de Gaulle
Charles de Gaulle is the biggest airport in Paris, located 26km north of the city centre. You'll be flying from Terminal 2F if you're flying with Air France or KLM.
The RER B train line is one of the best ways to get to the airport, costing just €10 for a one way trip. This service takes around 50 minutes, whereas the Roissybus takes an hour. There is also a Night Bus between 1am and 5am, and fares for buses start from €8. If you want a taxi, it will cost between €50 and €70, depending what time you depart.
CDG is a busy international airport, which means it's well equipped with restaurants and shops. Spend a few hours perusing the fashion, food, and electronic stores within the terminal before your flight. You can also check into the lounges for a hot shower and a tasty meal before your flight – the Icare and Star Alliance Lounge are available from €30 for a few hours use.
Flying from Paris Orly
Paris Orly is located to the south of the centre of Paris, but you can easily reach it with the RER B, C, or Tramway 7 for just a few Euros. Transavia depart from the South Terminal at Orly.
In this terminal, you can choose between Alpha Bravo, Le Rendezvous, Paul, Phileas Cafe or Columbus Cafe for meals before your flight. As well as a wide range of restaurants, you can explore Burberry, Dior and Fendi on your way through – just make sure it all fits in hand luggage.
The Icare Lounge is available to use from €35 for a few hours of hot showers, fresh meals and a comfortable place to wait out your departure time.
Terminal Information - Arriving
Amsterdam has a large international airport offering flights to almost every continent in the world, so it can get pretty busy in arrivals. Typically, it's an easy process to get from your plane seat to the exit, but there's usually a short walk involved. There are plenty of shops and cafes on arrival in case you need to refuel.
The train is one of the easiest ways to reach Amsterdam. Trains depart every 10 minutes from Amsterdam Airport to Central Station. It takes 20 – 30 minutes to reach the centre. If you're buying a ticket from the station it will cost around €5.10 to get to the centre. The 9292.nl website is a great website for calculating the overall cost of your public transport in Amsterdam and the Netherlands.
The 197 Bus also goes to the centre of Amsterdam from the airport, and usually takes less than 20 minutes.
Connexxion run a shuttle bus from the airport to most major hotels in Amsterdam. This costs €17 one way, or €27 for a return. Typically, taxis will cost around €45-€50.
The Wifi here is free, and unlimited – perfect for working on the road.
Both of these countries use the Euro, and you will need to arrive at least 2 hours before your flight.
What to expect in Amsterdam
Both Amsterdam and Paris are beautifully, stylish and cosmopolitan European cities. However, they are almost equally matched in terms of prices. Paris slightly over takes Amsterdam for food costs, as eating out and buying groceries will bump up the cost of your trip considerably. Luckily, Dutch beer is plentiful and affordable in Amsterdam.
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.