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|Number of Daily Flights||9|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Oct 11|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Oct 11|
|Popular Airlines||Air France|
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Flights from Boston to Paris will depart from Boston's Logan International Airport (BOS). It has six runways and four passenger terminals serving passengers from all over the world. This airport has been routinely touted as one of theeasiest airports to get to because its close proximity east of Downtown Boston accommodates so many travel options. This includes taxis, shared van service, regional buses, and the Logan Express. The Logan Express cost $12 for a one-way trip and can be boarded from pick-up points outside every terminal. Delta or Air France will likely be your connection to Paris on a direct flight.
Boston to Paris flights have a seven-hour travel time, probably landing at the Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG), Europe's second-busiest airport. CDG is hub for Delta Air Lines and Air France, and also serves a ton of easy Jet flights. You'll likely arrive at Terminal 2 or 3 at Charles de Gaulle and from there you can choose to take a taxi or public transport to get to your final destination, perhaps a better option than driving around on the busy Parisian streets. Taxi fares to the center of Paris cost about 40 euros. The effective Paris Metro has 16 lines available, with many ticket packages for your convenience from 1.70 euros for one ticket to a 10-ticket fare of 12.50 euros.