Fly with us to Paris Charles de Gaulle
Paris is one of the world’s most beautiful cities and definitely a must-see for bon vivants from around the world! SAS offers competitively priced flights to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) in France from a large number of departure airports.
Why fly with SAS?
SAS is Scandinavia’s largest airline and we are committed to offering you the highest level of service and comfort from booking to landing. Some of our standard benefits are:
- Online check-in and seat selection. Check in online up to 22 hours before departure and choose your preferred seat — completely free of charge.
- Child discounts. Children always fly at reduced prices with SAS. Children under 2 years (without their own seat) travel free or are eligible for a 90% discount on the ticket price (depending on the destination). Children 2-11 years are eligible for a 25% discount. If you’re travelling with small children, you can check in a foldable stroller or baby buggy free of charge. Make sure you check out SAS child discount rates before booking your tickets if you are flying to Paris with children.
- World-class punctuality. We are very proud to have been named Europe’s most punctual airline among major airlines for three years in a row. Your time is important to us and that’s why we make a special effort to ensure that you arrive punctually at your destination.
Check out all our special SAS benefits in SAS Go, SAS Plus and SAS Business and choose your preferred service class when you book your flight to Paris.
Paris – capital of style and atmosphere
The Eiffel Tower, Seine, Louvre, Notre Dame and Champs-Élysées are all iconic Parisian landmarks. Paris is much more than them though — it’s a state of mind.
Do as the Parisians do and grab a café au lait in one of the city’s many charming cafés and watch life go. You can then enjoy a quintessential Parisian experience in the Latin Quarter on the Left Bank of the Seine near the famous Sorbonne.
For dinner, choose from more than 20 Michelin-starred restaurants in and around Paris if you want to splurge. However, you can dine like a king within a reasonable budget in the city’s many atmospheric bistros offering traditional French cuisine. Modern haute couture originated in Paris in the 1860s and Paris is unquestionably still one of the world’s fashion and style capitals.
In the Faubourg Saint-Honoré district, you can find classic luxury design with names such as like Versace, Hermes, and Yves Saint Laurent, while Saint-Ouen and other flea markets are great places to browse or shop for vintage clothing, antiques and decorative items at bargain prices.
Book your SAS tickets to Paris, the City of Lights, today.
SAS, the largest airline in Scandinavia, offers cheap international flights to Paris from many destinations in Scandinavia and with connections from Europe, the US & Asia. Our city guide will help you find out what's up & the best tips from SAS crew & passengers.
Whether you're an artist, businessman or simply tourist, visiting with your beloved or relatives, enjoy long walks from Montmartre to the Quartier Latin. Going through some of the finest Roman and medieval monuments. Sooner or later, you will end up at a cafe, standing on the Pont Neuf or exploring a vintage fashion shop in the Marais.
What's up in Paris
|Grab a bike |
Vélib' is an inexpensive bike rental service that you can use from many locations - a great way to see the city.
Use the riverboat in Paris instead of a boring sightseeing bus.
The building alone is worth the visit. Exhibitions come & go here, but Palais de la Découverte is open year-round.
|Crew tip ||Passenger tip ||Passenger tip |
48 rue Sainte Croix de la Bretonnerie
Tel.: +33 1 42 78 27 20
A small store, but perfectly formed. It carries a great range of selected designer accessories. It's a perfect place to find a gift you won't find anywhere else, making it easy to take home great presents.
René, air hostess
|Le Petit Poucet |
This lovely restaurant is a little outside of Paris. It has a nice terraces along the river, but it's not cheap: about €50 for a simple meal. Still, it's a nice place.
|Musée Cognacq-Jay |
8 rue Elzévir
Tel.: +33 1 40 27 07 21
It's a nice museum with paintings, decoration and furniture from the 18th century. Located not far from the Swedish Cultural Center in Paris.