Fly to France with SAS and experience world-class service and comfort en route. SAS offers flight connections to France from the US. Booking flights is quick and easy on our website - find departures, book tickets and check in online. You can also research travel information about France and other SAS destinations.
Enjoy your journey
SAS makes flying to France as enjoyable as possible. Passengers can take advantage of world-class service, multiple in-flight entertainment options and a variety of menu choices. All SAS planes have ergonomic seats so you can fly in comfort. If you're flying in SAS Business or SAS Plus, which one can upgrade to from SAS Go, take advantage of Fast Track security access where available. All passengers can only refund/change restricted tickets within 24 hours of purchase.
Families flying on SAS to France have a number of convenient options. We provide entertainment systems in every seat with movie channels, music, stories and video games. You can order infant and kids' meals up to 24 hours in advance on transatlantic SAS flights. You can also book ahead for baby bassinets for infants up to nine months and children's sleeping bags. Children and adults can all earn EuroBonus frequent flyer points to use towards future trips, hotel stays and car rentals.
Book flights to France online
Start your travel planning on the SAS website. You can easily find flights to France, book your tickets and check in online. With flight connections to France from 4 hubs in the US, SAS makes it convenient and easy to visit France.
One of the world's most popular tourist destinations, France is a country to indulge your senses. With beautiful landscapes, cosmopolitan cities and a rich culture, you can do it all in France. Visit the French capital, Paris, and explore the city's must-see museums and monuments. Travel back in time and visit the French palace of Versailles or the castles along the Loire River. Wander the cobblestone streets of Carcassonne or visit the home of painter Claude Monet in Giverny.
No matter where you go, you can always get something delicious to eat and drink — from bistro fare to haute cuisine, fine champagne to table wine, fresh-baked bread to sublime regional cheeses.
Get ready to fall in love with France - book your France flights online with SAS today.
With beautiful landscapes, historical attractions, small villages and cosmopolitan cities, France is a country to indulge your senses. You can do it all in France - eat and drink to your heart's content, shop til you drop, ski the Alps, view masterpieces of art, explore centuries of European history, or just watch the world go by from a Parisian café. It's no wonder France is one of the most popular destinations for travelers anytime of the year.
Find out about flights to France on SAS today.
Art & history
Paris, the capital of France, is home to one of the world's most famous art museums, the Louvre. It's here where the Mona Lisa makes her home, along with artistic works encompassing every European school of thought across centuries. Paris is also home to many other must-see museums and monuments, including the Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame, Centre Pompidou, Musee D’Orsay and of course the Eiffel Tower.
To see how the French royalty once lived, take a trip outside of Paris to Versailles or to the châteaux (castles) in the Loire River valley, a UNESCO-listed World Heritage region. Travel back in time in the fortress town of Carcasonne and wander the cobblestone streets within the city's fortress walls. Visit Mont Saint Michel, an abbey built in the 1200s on top of a small island off the coast of Normandy. While you're in Normandy, walk along the D-Day beaches of Bayeux or visit Giverny, home of painter Claude Monet.
Food & wine
Whether you're in a seaside cafe on the French Riviera, a Michelin-starred restaurant in Paris or a bakery in Provence, you can always get something delicious to eat in France. Wherever you are, you can find both modern and traditional French food—from bistro fare to haute cuisine, cassoulet to bouillabaisse, fresh-baked bread to sublime regional cheeses. The French consider French cuisine to be the best food in the world, and different regions of France have different specialties in which to indulge your tastebuds.
If you like wine, make sure you visit some of France's wine regions and sample the different varieties of French wine. Popular areas include Bordeaux, Burgundy, the Rhône valley and of course Champagne, but there are many other wine-growing regions throughout the country.