Flights from Warsaw to Paris
Flight information Warsaw Chopin to Paris
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Average flight time, total distance 1356 kilometers
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Paris Charles de Gaulle, Paris Orly and Paris Beauvais
Frequently asked questions
The only airport in Paris handling flights from Warsaw is Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, France’s busiest airport and the second busiest in Europe. Travelers looking to fly from Warsaw to Paris are able to catch flights with Air France and LOT Polish Airlines out of Warsaw Chopin Airport.
* This information is correct as of July 2017
Airport Information - Arriving
Charles de Gaulle International Airport is located around 25km from the city center of Paris. The airport is comprised of three passenger terminals and offers plenty of amenities and services for travelers. When your flight has touched down in Paris there are many ways that you can reach the city including by train and bus, although you may prefer simply to hop in a taxi and travel directly to your destination. During your time at the airport you can look forward to a wide array of amenities and services at the airport including duty-free shopping and plenty of cafes and eateries. The airport also offers unlimited free Wi-Fi as well as faster connections for those willing to pay.
Airport Information - Departing
Warsaw Airport is the primary airport serving Warsaw and also Poland’s busiest airport housed within a single passenger terminal split into 5 areas. If you don’t want to take a taxi you can get to the airport by rail from central Warsaw as it has its own train station. While you wait for your flight at the airport you will find plenty of amenities to enjoy including a range of restaurants and cafes as well as travel shops and duty-free stores. You can also benefit from unlimited free Wi-Fi or spend your time waiting in an exclusive airport lounge.
What to Expect in Paris
Be sure to pack appropriately depending on the time of year you visit as Paris enjoy warm summers and experiences fairly cold winters. You won’t need a visa when traveling between Warsaw and Paris as it is within the Schengen Area, but don’t forget to bring all your travel documents including your passport along with you. Within Paris you can explore the city using the excellent public transport networks including the metro and a network of buses and trains - travelers who would prefer to have their own vehicle will find plenty of leading car rental agencies available at the airport.
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