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Fares from $147 One Way, $268 Round Trip from Paris to New York

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More About Flying To New York from Paris

Flights from Paris to New York - Frequently Asked Questions

Are there non-stop flights from Paris to New York?

Direct services are offered by no less than 4 airlines from Paris (CDG-Roissy-Charles de Gaulle) to New York, NY (JFK-John F. Kennedy Intl.), so you could be booking your memorable vacation in a matter of minutes. Here are some trusted carriers to look into:

  • Air France
  • Delta Air Lines
  • Norwegian Air Shuttle
  • American Airlines
What is the shortest flight from Paris to New York?

The quickest flight time from Paris (CDG-Roissy-Charles de Gaulle) to New York, NY (JFK-John F. Kennedy Intl.) is around 8 hours and 15 minutes. Grab a refreshment from the cabin crew, write in your travel journal or make friends with your seat mate — you'll have enough time on this medium-haul journey.

What airlines have the most flights from Paris to New York?

Below are the airlines that frequently fly between Paris (CDG-Roissy-Charles de Gaulle) to New York, NY (JFK-John F. Kennedy Intl.). No matter what you're looking for in a carrier, there'll be one that suits your plans among these: Air France - (AF) with 135 flights every month Delta Air Lines - (DL) with 42 flights every month Norwegian Air Shuttle - (DY) with 32 flights every month American Airlines - (AA) with 29 flights every month

Route Information for Flights from Paris to New York

Origin Airport IATA CodePAR
Destination Airport IATA CodeNYC
Distance3625 mi
Direct Flight AirlinesKLM, Air France, Delta Air Lines, Alitalia, Virgin Atlantic, TAROM
Earliest Flight Arrival8:55PM UTC
Latest Flight Arrival8:55PM UTC

Flights Review

Feb 28, 2020

Super easy flight, great pilotes and staff

Feb 22, 2020

Good staff, good food, very comfortable.

Feb 13, 2020

I left my jacket on flight from Cairo to France (Air France), my fault; but I'm hoping that is returning to me. Also my bags coming from JFK to CHI were put on the next flight after myself. I hope to get those in Kalamazoo soon.

Jan 10, 2020

Seats were very uncomfortable for a long flight.

Dec 29, 2019

Great staff...

Dec 12, 2019

The food was pretty tasteless, except for being too salty.

Dec 1, 2019

The plane landed in NYC 45 minutes early to avoid weather issues. AA should be applauded for getting in front of a disaster especially over a holiday weekend - Thank You!

Nov 28, 2019

Was skeptical of the airline because I had not heard of it and was very pleased in the end with ability to prepay for multiple bags as well as the overall experience.

Nov 18, 2019

The wifi did not work. The staff is very friendly and service minded.

Nov 18, 2019

Good plane good service good airline

Fly from Paris to New York

Airports in Paris

Booking flights from Paris is easy when you use You can look for flights leaving whenever you want, and you can search for flights to almost anywhere in the world. The two major airports that serve the city are Charles de Gaulle Airport and Paris-Orly Airport. Paris-Orly handles a wide variety of domestic and international flights, including those from Air France, British Airways, EasyJet, Syrian Air, Twin Jet, and many more. Charles de Gaulle handles a larger number of flights, particularly international flights. It is approximately 16 miles from Paris, while Paris-Orly Airport is less than 10 miles from the city.

Parking at the Airports

Charles de Gaulle Airport has three terminals, and each terminal has its own parking area. When you drive into the airport, look for signs for P1, P2, or P3. These signs indicate the parking areas, and each sign matches the terminal of the same number. Parking costs around $9 for each hour or $40 for the entire day. Long-term parking is also available for a set price of around $30 per day. Paris-Orly Airport has seven designated parking areas, and you will pay around $30 per day for long-term parking or around $35 per day for short-term parking.

Transportation to the Airports

Paris has its own light-rail system, which you can take to either airport if you do not want to drive. The system drops you off near the main entrance to both airports. Charles de Gaulle Airport also has its own shuttle system that takes you to the air ticket counter and around the airport.


Charles de Gaulle Airport has several restaurants where you can get a meal or a cup of coffee while waiting for your flight, including McDonald's, France Cafe Express, and Columbus Cafe. The Destination Cafe, La Brasserie, and Paul offer drinks, snacks, and meals at Paris-Orly. When you use to find deals and cheap flights from Paris, you might find that one airport is more convenient than the other.

New York Airport Information

There are two major airports, John F. Kennedy International (JFK) and LaGuardia, that service travelers flying into New York City. When you use to book your flights to New York, you will be able to choose from almost every major domestic and international air passenger carrier. LaGuardia Airport is roughly nine miles east of Manhattan, while JFK is almost 20 miles to the southeast. If you can't find the flight that you want, you can also fly into Newark International Airport, roughly 19 miles northeast of Manhattan.

Ground Transportation in New York

New York has plenty of public transportation, so getting around should be fairly easy. If you fly into LaGuardia, you will have to take a taxi, bus, or shared van for at least a portion of the trip, because there is no rail or subway service from the airport. Expect a cab ride from LaGuardia to Manhattan to cost anywhere from $20 to $40. Although JFK is further from the city, you can hop on the AirTrain, which will take you to the subway or the Long Island Railroad. If you choose to take a cab from JFK into Manhattan, expect to pay $45 or more for the ride. You will also be responsible for any tolls that are incurred during the trip. If you use to book your hotel, you may be able to find one that offers free shuttle service to and from the airport.

New York Area Weather Information

New York tends to be cold in the winter, wet in the spring and humid in the summer. Winter temperatures fluctuate between the 20s and 30s, while summer temperatures can soar to the 90s. New York City averages 27 inches of snow each winter, so be sure to pack your parka and snow boots if you plan to be there between November and February. Use the travel planner to put together your itinerary and choose a temperate time to visit the city.

What to Do in New York

New York City is an urban adventurer's paradise. From the theaters on Broadway to the lights in Times Square, there is are activities for all ages. Go skating in Central Park, take a horse-and-buggy ride around Central Park South or go shopping on Fifth Avenue. Although New York is home to some of the finest restaurants on the east coast, don't forget to try the rich variety of street foods that are available. Enjoy your time in the city, and remember to use the next time you are looking for budget flights to New York.

^Savings based on all package bookings with Flight + Hotel made on from January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019 as compared to the price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.