|Avg. Flight Duration||5h 18m|
|Flights arrive in||Manchester|
|Flights Depart from||Paris|
|Flight Price||£ 49.30|
Getting from Paris to Manchester is quick and easy. There are 7 daily flights between the two cities, with a journey time of between 1 hour 25 minutes and 1 hour 40 minutes. Airlines operating the route include budget carriers like FlyBe as well as Air France. The earliest departures leave at 7:30 a.m., while the latest flights from Paris to Manchester leave at 8:55 p.m. No changes are required at any point.
An average meal in a restaurant in Manchester costs 8.6% more than in Paris.
Prices in Manchester are on average 1% lower than in Paris.
Public transport in Manchester costs around 98.9% more than in Paris.
A night in a hotel in Manchester is about 35.6% less expensive than in Paris.
All flights from Paris to Manchester take off from Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG). Getting to Charles de Gaulle is simple. The easiest way to do so is via the blue RER B rail link, which passes by central locations like the Gare du Nord. Trains run from 5 a.m. until almost midnight, so should be convenient for most flights to Manchester. Shuttle buses to the airport are also provided by Roissybus and Air France. Both take about an hour. Local bus routes 19, 350 and 351 also stop at Charles de Gaulle, although they can take 90 minutes to travel from the centre of Paris.
Manchester is one of England's most exciting, youthful and creative cities. Filled with cutting edge music and art venues, Manchester blends great nightlife with daytime attractions. Sport is another local passion - with the chance to watch Manchester United or City in action. All flights from Paris to Manchester arrive at Manchester International Airport, which is a few kilometres west of the city centre. From there, you can take regular rail services to Manchester Piccadilly Station, which only take 20 minutes. There is also a 24 hour airport bus link, along with local bus connections to suburbs like Altrincham and Stockport.