Last minute flight deals from Boston to Paris
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Direct flights from Boston Logan International to Paris
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AVERAGE FLIGHT TIME7 hrsCHEAPEST NON-STOP ROUNDTRIP$289 AVERAGE FLIGHTS PER WEEK49AIRLINES THAT FLY NON-STOP
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There are 4 airports in Paris: Paris Charles de Gaulle, Paris Orly, Paris Beauvais, and Paris Le Bourget.
The best price found on brianowens.tv for a flight from Boston Logan International to Paris is $288. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
US Routes: Boston To Paris
Six airlines fly non-stop from Boston Logan International Airport to Paris, France. American Airlines, Finnair, Iberia, British Airways, Air France, and Delta Airlines offer daily direct flights from Boston to Paris, a 6-hour, 55-minute run. They all arrive at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG). Other airline companies will get you to Paris, making one or more stops, and arriving at either CDG or Orly Airport. Aer Lingus, TAP Portugal, Icelandair, Air Berlin, Alitalia, JetBlue, KLM, Lufthansa, SAS, SATA, Turkish Airlines, United, Virgin Atlantic, and WOW Air have connecting flights from Boston Logan International to Paris. A non-direct flight from Boston to Paris can be less expensive than a non-stop flight. Depending upon the airline, your stop may be in another country and have a long wait for a connecting flight of sometimes five or more hours.
Arriving at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport
This Paris airport is larger than the city's other airport, Orly. It lies 14 miles northeast of Paris and is linked by rail and highway to the city. Once you have disembarked your flight from Boston Logan International to Paris, you will go through immigration for a passport check and security clearance. Be sure your US passport is valid for at least three months beyond the time you intend to stay in France. You will need to show tickets and documents to prove your return trip and other travel plans. You do not require a visa if you plan on visiting Paris for less than six months. You can continue on your way to Paris from the airport by a rail service, taking about 45 minutes to arrive into the center of Paris. You also have the option of taking a taxi or bus. The three terminals at CDG are connected via a free shuttle bus. You may also opt to rent a car at the airport to travel to your destination. Within the airport in Paris, you will have access to Wi-Fi and the internet at internet cafes located in Terminals 1, 2E, and 3. You may pick up a free travel guide to Paris with maps and general information at one of the Tourist Information and Help Desks. Should you be experiencing any health issues once you arrive from Boston to Paris, there is a health center located in Terminal 2F, and pharmacies are located throughout each of the three terminals.