Flights from New York to Paris

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Departure Mon, 05 Jun Return Fri, 16 Jun
JFK New York
CDG Paris
return from $529
Departure Mon, 05 Jun Return Mon, 12 Jun
JFK New York
ORY Paris
return from $546
Departure Mon, 12 Jun Return Wed, 21 Jun
LGA New York
CDG Paris
return from $708
Departure Wed, 05 Jul Return Thu, 27 Jul
JFK New York
CDG Paris
return from $674
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Superb museums, café culture, incredible architecture, gastronomy and vintage markets lure guests to Paris.
Cost of living comparison
Exchange rate
1.00 USD = 0.89 EUR
US Dollar Euro
1 EUR = 1.14 USD
Last checked on 28 May 2017
Local, one-way ticket

Trains in Paris are 13% cheaper than in New York.

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Mid-priced restaurant

A meal in Paris is 22% cheaper than a meal in New York.

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Regular cappuccino

Coffee is 30% more expensive in Paris than in New York.

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Going to and from the airports

Flights from New York

New York is one of the most exciting cities in the world with iconic buildings, art, food and a never ending stream of activities. It is also home to one of the busiest airports on earth, the John F. Kennedy International Airport. Each year, millions of passengers pass through its six terminals that are served by 70 airlines operating local and international flights. LaGuardia Airport is another hub for passengers; it also handles cargo. Travelers may use Newark Liberty International Airport for trips to NYC. Located in New Jersey, Newark processes 37.5 million passengers in a year.

Travelling to New York airport

JFK is served by several means of public transport with AirTrain JFK as the most convenient way to move within terminals and airport premises. It is connected to the subway, buses and the Long Island Rail Road from the city. Taxis, shuttles and shared rides are other ways to reach JFK. From downtown, you can use the Metrobus to get to LaGuardia, in addition to taxis, shuttles and share ride services. Newark is served by Amtrak trains and the NJ Transit buses. You can also opt for a rental car, shuttle or van service to get to the airport.

Reaching Paris

Paris is one of the world's most absorbing cities with its stunning museums, historic architecture and delightful cuisine. Discover its interesting quartiers (neighborhoods), sun-soak in one of the outdoor cafes or browse for antiques in vintage markets. Serious shoppers can also check the galleries at the Lafayette or Printemps for respected fashion houses and dazzling jewelries. Afterwards, enjoy a leisurely lunch at one of the many brasseries in the city serving impeccable food and wine. Those who are active at night will not run short of options whether it's admiring the lights of the Eiffel Tower, watching a show at Moulin Rouge, dancing at a nightclub or hanging out with friends at a bar.

Getting to the city center

If you are on flights from New York to Paris, you are going to touch down at one of two airports serving the city. Roissy Paris Charles de Gaulle International Airport is 26km northeast of Paris with plenty of buses, trains, and taxis going to the city center. To reach downtown, hop on Route 350 (Gare du Nord and Gare de l'Est) or 351 (Porte de Bagnolet and Nation) buses. The RER B (train) will take you to Paris-Chatelet. The other airport serving Paris is Orly Airport. It offers several ways to reach the center including RER trains, bus and coach (Le Bus Direct lines 1 and 3), taxis and shuttles.

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