Search Flights from Chicago to Paris

Approximate Travel Distance 4,131 Miles Approximate Flight Duration 8 hour 10 min
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Popular AirlinesArrival Airports Beauvais Tille - Paris Beauvais Airport, Châlons Vatry Airport, Charles de Gaulle Airport, Gare du Nord Airport, Paris Le Bourget Airport, Massy TGV Airport, Orly Airport, Pontoise - Pontoise Cormeilles Airport, Velizy Villacoublay Airport, Gare Montparnasse Airport

Transportation to Chicago Airport from the City Center

Chicago Rockford Intl. Airport

Chicago Rockford International Airport is located in Winnebago County, 137 km northwest of Chicago. The airport serves Chicago as well as Rockford and the surrounding areas. The airport is served by three low-cost airlines, Allegiant Air, Apple Vacations, and Elite Airways. The airport is accessible by taxi, bus, and rental car. The airport also features free parking with a capacity of over 1,750 vehicles.

Taxi

Taxis are the most convenient transportation alternative to get to Chicago Rockford International Airport. Taxis fares are calculated based on the kilometers traveled. Taxi companies that you can choose from include Action Taxi, Speedee Taxi and Jack’s Transportation Taxi.

Bus

Another method of transportation to get to Chicago Rockford International Airport from the city center is by bus. Buses are a more affordable option compared to taxis. The Rockford Mass Transit District buses provide transportation to the airport.

Rental Car

Renting a car is one of the most comfortable ways to get to the airport. There are various rental car companies located in the city center. You can rent a car in the city center and return it at the airport. Rental car companies that you can choose from include Avis, Hertz, National, Alamo and Enterprise.

Limousine

There are limousine services that provide door-to-door transportation from the city center to the airport, and vice versa. You have to book this service in advance. Limousine companies that you can choose from include Fantasy, D&E, A Touch, AAA Quality, Black Cadillac, Chicago Limo, Classic Limousine, Park Avenue, Party Transit, Stretch and Y Drive.

Airport Information

Located 137 km from downtown Chicago, Chicago Rockford International Airport is served by three low-cost airlines that operate domestic and international flights. The airport consists of one terminal, which features health services, rental car offices, a lost and found, and more. In addition, the SkyView Café Bar is available to serve passengers’ pre-flight and post-flight needs. There are also various hotels located around the airport.  

Last Updated: 10 Jun 2019

Gary International Airport

Gary/Chicago International Airport is located in Lake County, Indiana, 40 km from Chicago’s city center. Currently the airport only operates charter air services and cargo services however commercial service should be available in the future. The airport is accessible by train, bus, taxi, rental car, and personal car.

Taxi

One of the fastest and most comfortable methods of transportation to get to Gary/Chicago International Airport is by taxi. Taxi fares are calculated based on the kilometers traveled. Taxi companies that you can choose from include All Around Town Taxi and Classic Taxi.

Bus

Another way to get to the airport is by bus. Buses are a more affordable transportation alternative compared to taxis. You can use the Gary Public Transportation Corporation buses. For more information on bus lines and routes visit Gary/Chicago International Airport’s website.

Train

Taking the train to Gary/Chicago International Airport is another convenient transportation alternative. The South Shore Railroad provides transportation between downtown Chicago and the airport.

Rental Car

Renting a car is another method of transportation you can consider to get to Gary/Chicago International Airport. There are various rental car offices located in the city. Rental car companies that you can choose from include Enterprise and Hertz.

Airport Information

Gary/Chicago International Airport is located in Lake County Indiana, 40 km from downtown Chicago. The airport contains one terminal and currently only serves charter flights and cargo air services. The airport contains health services, rental car offices, a lost and found, and various eating and drinking venues. There are shopping areas nearby.

Last Updated: 10 Jun 2019

Chicago Midway Intl. Airport

Chicago Midway International Airport is located 13 km from the city center. The airport is dominated by Southwest Airlines but also serves other airlines as well. The airport is accessible by personal car, rental car, taxi, bus, and train.  

Taxi

The fastest and most comfortable transportation alternative to get to Midway International Airport from the city center is by taxi. Taxi fares are calculated based on the kilometers traveled.  

Bus

Another method of transportation you can use to get to Midway International Airport is by bus. Buses are more affordable than taxis and provide access to the main terminal building. Pace Buses provide transportation between the city center and the airport, running along 7 different routes. The route you need to take will depend on your location in the city. You can get more information on each bus route by visiting Midway International Airport’s website.  

Train

The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) Orange Line train provides transportation between downtown Chicago and Midway International Airport. For more information regarding this train line you can visit CTA’s website or Midway International Airport’s website. During off hours CTA buses are available.

Rental Car

There are various rental car companies that have offices in the city. Renting a car in the city and driving to Midway International Airport is a convenient way to get to the airport. Rental car companies that you can choose from include Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz, National, Thrifty and Rent A Wreck. If you are traveling between multiple places make sure to specify your vehicle pick up and drop off location when making a reservation.

Airport Information

Midway International Airport contains one terminal building which is equipped with a lost and found, banking services, Wi-Fi access, charging stations, a business center, and more. Midway International Airport also features an Art and Exhibits Program that hosts various special events and exhibits to enhance the time passengers spend at the airport.

The airport also contains stores where you can go shopping, such as Aeromart, Chicago Treasures, Discover Chicago, George’s Music Room, House of Blues, Hudson Booksellers, Hudson News, Kids Works, Life is Good, Marketwalk Chicago, Relay, Spirit of the Red Horse and Viva’s Hallmark. Midway International Airport offers passengers a wide range of eating and drinking venues to satisfy every palate, including Ben & Jerry’s, Get Snacked, McDonalds, Miller’s Pub, Red Mango, Manny’s Deli, and Tuscany.

Last Updated: 10 Jun 2019

O'Hare Intl. Airport

Located 27 km from the city center, O’Hare International Airport is accessible by taxi, bus, metra, rental car, and personal car. The airport contains indoor and outdoor parking lots that feature short-term and long-term parking options. O’Hare International Airport is the main international airport serving the city and it is among one of the busiest airports in the world. 

Metra

Chicago’s Metra is a commuter railroad operating throughout the city. You can board the Metra from various parts of the city and take it to O’Hare International Airport. The Metra operates every day of the week, running more frequently during peak hours in the morning and evening and less frequently in the middle of the day. The North Central Service runs through the O’Hare Transfer station. From there you can take a shuttle bus to connect to the Airport Transit System.

Taxi

One of the fastest and most comfortable methods of transportation to get to O’Hare International Airport is by taxi. Taxis are accessible from every part of the city. Taxi fares are calculated based on the kilometers traveled and are an affordable option. You can find out more about specific taxi companies and their contact information by visiting the airport’s website.

Bus

Pace Buses offer direct transportation from various parts of the city and O’Hare International Airport. Regional buses are another way to get to O’Hare International Airport. Regional buses are a more affordable option compared to taxis and are accessible from various bus stops in the city. Regional buses that you can choose from include Act II, Coach USA, Express Air Coach, Illini Shuttle, and PCC.

Rental Car

Renting a car from the city center is another convenient method of transportation to get to the airport. There are various rental car companies located in the city center that also have offices located in the airport. You can return your vehicle at the airport rental car return areas before your departure. Rental car companies that you can choose from include Ace, Advantage, Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Firefly, Hertz, National, Payless and Thrifty. If you are traveling between multiple places make sure to specify your vehicle pick up and drop off location.

Bike

The city of Chicago is one of the most bike friendly cities in the United States. The city currently has over 321 km of protected bike lanes. Chicago actually aims to be the most bike friendly city by 2020 by increasing that area to over 1,000 km of protected bikeways. Therefore, O’Hare International Airport is accessible by bus either via the CTA Blue Line or the Airport Transit System. For more information about how to access the airport terminals by bike please visit O’Hare International Airport’s website.

Airport Information

O’Hare International Airport contains a total of 4 terminal buildings that operate international and domestic flights. O’Hare International Airport covers an expansive area. All international flights operate out of Terminal 5, which is located separately from the other terminals. There is a tunnel to facilitate easy access between Terminal 5 and Terminal 1, 2, and 3. There is also a rail system that provides inter-terminal transportation.  

Terminal 1 operates mainly United Airlines and United Express flights, Terminal 2 operates Air Canada, Delta Air Lines, and Delta Connection flights and Terminal 3 operates American Airlines, Air Berlin, Iberia, and Japan Airlines flights. The airport terminals contain health services, rental car offices, banks, lost and found areas, wireless internet, charging stations, as well as a chapel.

O’Hare International Airport also contains a hotel within its structure. The Hilton Chicago O’Hare Airport Hotel is equipped with a fitness center, gym, restaurant, market, conference hall, and many other similar services. O’Hare International Airport offers a rich variety of services to passengers, from yoga rooms, to a health club, and walkways. In addition to all this, the airport contains clothing stores where you can go shopping, eating and drinking venues, markets, and more. O’Hare International Airport features services geared towards meeting passengers’ every need.

Last Updated: 10 Jun 2019

Transportation to Paris City Center from Airport

Beauvais Tille - Paris Beauvais Airport

Beauvais Tille Airport is located 85 km from Paris, in Tille, close to the city of Beauvais. There are many public transportation methods available to get from Beauvais Tille Airport and Paris’s city center.

From the Beauvais train station, located just 4 km from the airport, you can take the train to Paris or choose the airport bus option, which is faster. In addition, you can also get to Paris using a taxi or rental car.

Train

There is no train that stop at the airport but the Beauvais train station is only 4 km away. The train is a great way to get to Paris. From this train station, which is only 4 km from Beauvais Tille Airport, you can take the train to the city. The train to Paris stops in Gare du Nord, Amiens, and other central locations. First, you need to take a taxi or get on a bus to the train station. If you take a taxi it takes about 15 minutes.

After you get to the train station, get on the Paris Gare du Nord train. The train takes about 1 hour, providing visitors with a quick and economical way to get from Beauvais Tille Airport to the city. The buses between Beauvais Tille Airport and the Beauvais train station are more affordable. The bus fare has been the same since 2014; a single ticket costs 4 euros. You can buy your ticket from the bus driver. The bus to the train station takes about 30-45 minutes. A ticket for the Paris Gare du Nord train costs 15 euros. You can buy a ticket at the station, online, or at the automatic kiosks at the airport. If you buy your ticket online your ticket will be mailed to your address or you can pick it up at the station.

Bus

There are bus stops located at the terminal exit of Beauvais Tille Airport that are very easy to find. Buses, operating under the Beauvais Tille Airport, take off from these stops and go directly to Paris and the city center in Beauvais. The last stop for the buses that go directly to Paris is Porte Maillot, which is where the Paris Metro Station is located. These buses provide cheap, quick, and direct transportation between Porte Maillot and Beauvais Tille Airport, providing passengers with a convenient service. These buses to Paris take off 20 minutes after each flight lands at Beauvais Tille Airport.

From 2014-2016 the price of a single ticket for the Paris-Beauvais Tille Airport bus has been 17 euros. If you purchase this ticket online it can be as cheap as 15.90 euros. Children under the age of 3 travel for free.

If you didn’t buy your ticket online you can purchase it at ticket sales locations at the arrivals terminal or from automatic kiosks. However at these locations you can only use cash to buy your ticket. For online sales they do accept credit cards. There are smaller commuter buses that provide transportation between the airport and the Beauvais city center.

Taxi and Shuttle

There are private shuttle vehicles, operating under the Beauvias Tille Airport, which provide direct transportation to the Beauvais city center. These vehicles also provide transportation to the Beauvais train station. These buses operate 8 times a day. The shuttle fleet is quite extensive; available vehicles include minibuses, buses, and taxi-sized shuttles. Using these buses you can get directly to Paris, Charles de Gaulle Airport, Disneyland, and other nearby areas.

These shuttle vehicles are a bit more expensive compared to normal buses but they’re ideal if you’re traveling in a group because you can split the cost.

When you exit the airport terminal you will see a taxi stand. Taking a taxi from Beauvais Tille Airport to Paris will cost around 100-160 euros. This fare can vary depending on the time of day you travel (there is a difference between the daytime fare and nighttime fare), the traffic, and distance to your destination in the city.

Rental Cars

In a country like France, which has many cheap, fast, modern, and luxurious modes of public transportation we wouldn’t recommend renting a car. Especially if your final destination is Paris where parking is a hassle and traffic can be exceptionally bad. Trying to get from Beauvais Tille Airport to Paris during rush hour can take hours. If you are planning a long stay and don’t want to use public transportation you can get more information about renting a car from the rental car companies located within Beauvais Tille Airport.

Last Updated: 18 Apr 2019

Charles De Gaulle Airport

Located in the north of Paris, you can access many central locations in the city from Charles de Gaulle Airport by train, bus, shuttle, taxi, rental car, or personal car.

Train

There are a total of two rail systems that you can use to get to the city center from Charles de Gaulle Airport. The first is the RER. You can purchase RER tickets from the kiosks at the airport entrance using your credit card. You can easily find the station you need by following the signs. However, due to frequent strikes and the delays they can cause, we recommend departing even earlier than you had planned.  

The next rail system is the TGV. This high-speed line connects several stations, like Lille, Strasbourg, Dijon, Lyon, Marseille, Montpellier, Toulouse, Bordeaux, Nantes, Poitiers, Rennes, Toulon and even Brussels, to the TGV station located in terminal 2.  

The CDGVAL inter-terminal shuttle provides quick and convenient transportation between the three terminals at Charles de Gaulle making it easy to get to the terminals and transportation networks like the RER and TGV.

Taxi

One of the most convenient and fastest ways to get to the city center from the airport is by taxi. There is a taxi stand at all three terminals at the airport. The taxi fare is calculated according to the kilometers travelled. The taxi fare between the airport and city center is reasonable. You can find more information about taxi companies and their contact information on the airport’s website.  

Bus

Another means of transportation to get to the city center from the airport is by bus. Buses that provide service to the city to from the airport include Roissybus, Cars Air France, 350 Bus, 19 Bus, Noctilien night bus, Val d’Europe Airports Shuttle and Fileo Roissy.

Using the Roissy Bus service, which is provided by the city of Paris, you can reach the city center without having to transfer anywhere. Even though it takes about an hour it is a very reliable transportation service. You can get on the Roissy Bus at terminals 1, 2, and 3.  

Rental Cars

There are several car rental companies located in the terminal buildings at Charles de Gaulle Airport. Renting a car from Charles de Gaulle Airport is a convenient way to get to the city center. Car rental companies that are located at the airport include Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Europcar, Firefly, Hertz, Sixt, Interrent, Alamo, Advantage, Dollar, Thrifty and TT Car Transit.

If you are going to travel between multiple locations specify your vehicle pick up and drop off location when making your reservation. To take a look at the traffic conditions visit Charles de Gaulle’s website to get more information.

Last Updated: 10 Jun 2019

Orly Airport

You can easily access the city center from Orly Airport, located in the south of Paris, by train, bus, shuttle, taxi, rental car, or personal car. There are two rail systems that provide transportation to and from the city center.

The first one is the RER. You can purchase your RER ticket at the station. However, due to frequent strikes and the delays that they can cause, we recommend departing even earlier. The second option is the Tram 7 system. Thanks to these trams you can get to Villejuif-Louis Aragon from the airport.  
 

Taxi

One of the most convenient and fastest ways to get to the city center from Orly airport is by taxi. There is a taxi service at the airport’s terminal. The taxi fare is calculated according to the kilometers travelled. The taxi fare between the airport and city center is reasonable. You can find more information about taxi companies and their contact information on the airport’s website.  

Bus

Another mode of transportation that you can use to reach the city center from Orly Airport is by bus, which is more affordable than taxis. You can access these buses in the main terminal building. Buses that provide service to and from the city center and the airport include Orlybus, Cars Air France, Bus 183, Val d’Europe Airports and Bus 91.10.  

Orlybus buses operate between Paris’s Denfert and Rochereau stops. The trip takes about 30 minutes. Bus line 183 operates between Orly Airport and the Porte de Choisy station. Bus line 91.10 operates between Orly Airport and the Massy-TGV station.

Cars Air France is more affordable compared to the others and operates 2 different buses on 2 different routes. The first route provides transportation between Gare Montparnasse, Invalides and Etoile stations and Orly Airport and the other route operates between Charles de Gaulle Airport and Orly Airport.

Rental Cars

There are several rental car companies located in the terminal building at Orly Airport. Renting a car from Orly Airport is a convenient way to get to the city center. Car rental companies that are located at the airport include Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Europcar, Firefly, Hertz, Sixt, Interrent, Alamo, Advantage, Dollar, Thrifty and TT Car Transit. If you are going to travel between multiple locations specify your vehicle pick up and drop off location when making your reservation. To take a look at the traffic conditions visit Orly Airport’s website to get more information.

Last Updated: 18 Apr 2019

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Which airports can I use for Chicago-Paris flights?

For Chicago-Paris flights, you can use Chicago Nas Airport, Chicago Rockford Intl. Airport, DuPage Airport, Gary International Airport, Merrill C Meigs Airport, Chicago Midway Intl. Airport, O'Hare Intl. Airport, Chicago Executive - Palwaukee Municipal Airport as departure airport, and Beauvais Tille - Paris Beauvais Airport, Châlons Vatry Airport, Charles de Gaulle Airport, Gare du Nord Airport, Paris Le Bourget Airport, Massy TGV Airport, Orly Airport, Pontoise - Pontoise Cormeilles Airport, Velizy Villacoublay Airport, Gare Montparnasse Airport for arrival.

How many kilometers is the flight distance from Chicago-Paris and how long does the flight take?

The flight distance between Chicago-Paris is 6648 kilometers in total. The flight between the two cities takes 8 hour 10 minutes.

Which day is the most convenient for Chicago-Paris flights?

When the average prices are examined, the most suitable day for Chicago-Paris flights is Tuesday.

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