Disneyland Paris, much like most Disney parks in the world, have excellent air links in the local area. Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) is just a 10 minute train ride or a 45 minute car/bus ride away from the park. CDG is serviced some of the world’s major carriers and is the home airport of Air France. Paris Orly is an airport south of the city and only really accessible to the park by bus or car, but it is serviced by some of the budget airlines. With the Magic Bus providing shuttles from both airports you can be quite flexible in your choices.
While Air France isn’t the cheapest option, it does cover the most of the UK major airports, with Aberdeen, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow, London Heathrow, and Manchester covered by flights direct to Paris. Much like how British Airways service via a central airport most of these flights are timed for easy changes in Paris to other international flights, giving the bonus of multiple options regarding departure and return times.
On the slightly cheaper side we’ve got Fly Be, who code share (as in share flights with) Air France and will sometime sell Air France flights as Fly Be and vise-versa.
Easy Jet have made a name for themselves over the years for providing a no frills air service to popular destinations, and Paris is one of those. Flying from nearly every major airport in the UK to Paris it shouldn’t be difficult to find a route that works for you.
Much like the UK, Dublin is serviced by Air France directly and usually hang around in the best price flights over to Paris, Aer Lingus, as expected, runs frequent flights as well.
For the more price concerned traveller Ryanair is the budget travel option, but its worth considering the price difference to the other carriers if you want to take hold luggage as well, but its hard to argue with Ryanair’s value for money.
An interesting option for people flying from Dublin is to change in Liverpool, you could take advantage of very cheap (and short) Ryanair flights to Liverpool Airport and change to Easyjet or take the train to Manchester Airport and pickup flight from there, for an hour or so delay you may be able to pickup a sizeable saving.
The Rest of the World
While we can’t speak for every country, we’ll try and update this article with hints and tips provided to us by the community. For the rest of the world looking at one of the major international carriers, Air France, KLM, British Airways, Delta, American Airlines, would be the best route to Disneyland Paris.
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