Cheap Business Class Flights To Paris, France. Save $100's On Business Class Flights To Paris, Charles De Gaulle (CDG) & Orly (ORY) With Our Discount Airline Tickets!
Book cheap business class flights to Paris, France (PAR). Jetsetz is an airline ticket wholesaler that specializes in cheap business class flights to Paris, Charles de Gaulle & Paris, Orly International Airports. As an air ticket wholesaler, Jetsetz negotiates directly with the airlines that fly to Paris, France to find the cheapest business & first class tickets for our customers. Some of the top airlines that fly business & first class to Paris, France are: Air France, Lufthansa, KLM, Delta Air Lines, Air Canada, SAS, Brussels Airlines, American Airlines, United Airlines, British Airways and Virgin Atlantic. Each of these airlines offer non stop business class flights to Paris from airports departing the United States as well as connecting flights to Paris from airports located in the United States and Canada.
The best way to find cheap business class flights to Paris, France is to fly to the Charles De Gaulle Airport, or the Paris Orly Airport. Both airports are located about 30 minutes from the center of Paris and both airports work with airlines that offer discount business class flights to Paris through our wholesale airline partners. The Paris Charles De Gaulle International Airport (CDG) is the busiest airport in France, with 100's of international flights arriving daily from airports throughout the world. Depending on the season, many of the top US and International airlines offer cheap non-stop business class flights to the Charles De Gaulle Airport as well as discount business class flights to Paris that connect through various airports in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and Europe.
Although the Paris Orly International Airport (ORY) is much smaller than the Charles De Gaulle Airport, it offers many of the same discount business class airlines. The main difference is that you may need to connect to Orly through other airports in Europe or the United Kingdom. If you are considering a connection in the United States, you might want to consider a direct flight to Europe or England with a connection to Paris, Orly. Depending on the connection, this can be faster, cheaper and closer to the part of Paris that you are visiting.
If you are arriving to France through the Charles De Gaulle International Airport, you will be arriving north of Paris. From the Charles De Gaulle Airport, you can take the CDG Airport To Paris Train (RER Metro B train) to the Gare Du Nord station which is in the northern part of Paris. This is about a 45 minute train ride. For more information on taking the RER train from Terminal 2 of the Charles De Gaulle Airport to the Gar Du Nord station, visit the previous link. From the Gare Du Nord Station you can connect to the Metro or the RER to destinations throughout Paris. There is not a direct train option from the Orly Airport. If you want to take the public transportation, you can take the Orly Airport Roissybus direct from the Airport to the Montparnasse Station. Taxis, sedan services and car rentals are also all available at the Orly airport for your convenience as well. If you are staying longer than a few days, or you are traveling to other destinations within France, we recommend renting a car at either one of the Paris airport's. If you do not wish to have a car in Paris, you can also take the public transportation into Paris and then rent a car at one of the many rental car locations throughout Paris when you are ready to travel throughout France. Jetsetz offers great rental car rates from the Paris Airport as well as throughout the city of Paris if you would like to save some money on the cost of your rental car.
There are a plethora of amazing sites to see in Paris. There are 20 unique districts, or arrondissement's that make up the city of Paris. Some of the top districts include the 1st district with make up the Ile de Cite and Ile St. Louis Islands and the famous Notre Dame cathedral. The 5th, which includes the famous Sorbonne University and the late night Latin Quarter. Of course no trip to Paris is complete without a visit to the 2nd district and the famous Louvre and Les Halles area of Paris. For those that love shopping, museums and a non-stop view of the Eiffel Tower, you want to travel to the 7th district. Finally those that want to experience the old neighborhoods of Paris, you should visit the Les Marais area and Bastille area of Paris which are located in the 3rd district of Paris. The world famous Eiffel Tower is Paris's most recognized symbol which is located in the cultural district along with Musee d'Orsay and Les Invalides. Do not forget to take a moment from sight seeing to relax at a cafe and enjoy the delicious food of Paris where many of the world's top restaurants are located.