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Cheap Flights To France

France now has even more airports and flights daily to all of the popular holiday destinations

So if you do not like driving, then a flight to Paris, Le Mans or maybe even flying to Bordeaux, Marseille or Nice could be the answer, and with the introduction of cheap flights to France and low cost airlines, it is often cheaper to book flights to France and then hire a car than it is to go by ferry crossing and drive your own car, especially if travelling some distance.

Flying To France on Holiday

There are many regional airports throughout France, so it is highly likely that you will be able to find an airport within easy reach of your holiday destination no matter what part of France you visit.

There are numerous airports within France and the main international airport is the Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris, but all of the major cities in France do have an international airport.

In the South of France, the main airport is the Bordeaux International airport, but if you are venturing into the Alps then the most popular airport for this area is Lyon Saint Exupery International Airport.

You will also find far smaller airports dotted all over France and are often more convenient for flying into, as they will be closer to your holiday destination, and most of these are utilised by the budget airlines for cheaper air fares.




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