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Cheap Flights From Washington, D.C. (IAD) To Paris, France (ORY)

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$966 RT to
Paris, France (ORY)
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More Flights From Washington, D.C. To Paris (IAD-ORY)

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$1,214 RT Fall/Winter travel (Virgin Atlantic, Multiple Airlines, British Airways) See all details »
  • Airline(s):
    Virgin Atlantic, Multiple Airlines, British Airways
  • Seats are:
    Seats Are Not Available On All Flights Or All Dates Of Travel. You May Need To Have Flexible Travel Dates To Find This Fare. Fares For Travel On Holidays May Be Higher.
  • Min. Stay:
    10 Nights
  • Other Stay Requirements:
    Saturday Night Stay Required
  • Available for travel:
    7 Days/week, If Available
  • More Details:
    Fall/Winter Travel
  • Last Updated:
    Friday, October 31, 2014
  • Our Notes:
    Travel Select Dates Through March.

Reviews for Washington, D.C. to Paris (IAD-ORY)

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    Excellent flight and service.

    by lmarshall on May 5, 2011

    Flight from Washington, D.C. to Paris

    Airline:
    OpenSkies
    RT/OW
    Round Trip
    Number of Stops:
    No stops
    Date of Flight:
    March 2011
    Seat Class:
    premium

    We flew from IAD to Orly roundtrip March 13th on Open Skies and we had the bed seats roundtrip. We had access to the BA business class lounge in Washington and Paris, which is wonderful. The seats are extremely comfortable and you can easily sleep well on the overnight flight with the feather duevet you are given and the seats which go totally flat. The food was the best I have had on an international flight with foie gras and grilled prawns on the return flight. I would give Open Skies the highest possible praise and hope to be on another flight soon.

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    Excellent Flight!!

    by funnyhoney on August 27, 2010

    Flight from Washington, D.C. to Paris

    Airline:
    OpenSkies
    RT/OW
    Round Trip
    Number of Stops:
    No stops
    Date of Flight:
    August 2010
    Seat Class:
    business

    Loved the flight, was even more then I expected.

    Great rates! The Seafood meal was outstanding.

    The stewards were friendly and helpful.

    Looking forward to future travel!

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    Best Deal to Paris

    by frk410s on May 1, 2010

    Flight from Washington, D.C. to Paris

    Airline:
    Iberia
    Number of Stops:
    1 stop in Madrid, Spain
    Date of Flight:
    February 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    I have flown the IAD to ORY via MAD 11 times since Dec 08 on Iberia. I find this to be a very enjoyable flight for several reasons.

    Flight to Paris

    Check-in: Iberia check-in is pleasant, the line goes quickly, and there are usually 6 agents working to speed up the process. It must be noted now that I have never checked-in a bag, not because I'm scared, but because I pack light and it wasn't needed. But as far as I know, there is no checked bag fee.

    Departure time:

    While the departure from IAD is usually a little late (from 30-45 minutes behind), the time is made up in the air and arrival in Madrid is as expected.

    In-flight:

    This is an older airline with no individual tv's. Leg room is a little larger than I expected and the seat is adequate. The head rests do not have the little flaps to "hold" your head like some other airlines (ie, United's flight to Paris does.) I like these little flaps, so that's why I am mentioning it here :)

    I must mention also, that I have never flown this flight when it was full. I usually have at least 2 seats to myself to stretch out on and nap for the flight.

    The meal was tasty and free wine was given. The stewardesses were very pleasant, helpful and cheerful.

    Arrival at Madrid:

    Immigration in Madrid is always a breeze - I'm talking 5 minutes or less to get your stamp!!!!! It's great. There are always plenty of friendly officers working to speed up the process.

    Connecting:

    The train system between terminals in the airport is clean and quick. There is about 3 minutes between trains. The flight to Paris leaves out of the JKL area, the gate has never been the same on any of my flights. The gate of departure to Paris is announced about 30 minutes prior to boarding time on the board. If you're a smoker (I am) there are plenty of smoking areas in the terminal to utilize. Shopping and food is abundant, too.

    Flight to Paris:

    90% of the time leaves on time. These planes are smaller (to be expected) and once again, "adequate". Meals and drinks to be purchased only. The flight is so short, there is barely enough time for the stewardess to make it down and back with her cart before we land.

    Arrival to Paris (Orly):

    If you do not know about Orly, you're missing a calm and quick airport. Orly is compact, quick and close to Paris. No immigration/customs to go through (because it's part of the Schengen). So you get off the plane and that's it!

    Transportation to the center of Paris:

    The Orly bus is convenient and what I always took. It's cheap 6e and plenty of room to store luggage.

    Flight back to IAD via MAD

    Check in at Orly:

    The line at Orly moves a little slow, but the process takes about 30 minutes to check-in. If you compare this to CDG where the check-in on U.S. based airlines can be up to 2 hours, this is a amazing. It's less stressful and more time can be spent in Paris as opposed to the airport. I always have a clearer mind when I fly through Orly. CDG has the tendency to panic my mind.

    Flight to Madrid:

    same as the flight to Paris.

    Connecting in Madrid:

    Same as connecting earlier, except backward. The exit stamp is given in Madrid and is a quick process.

    Flight to IAD:

    same as the flight to Madrid with one exception. I have faced delays leaving Madrid. One time the delay was 3 hours after we had already boarded - they had to re-fuel the plane.

    Some quick thoughts:

    I thought I stumbled upon a gem with this flight. The prices are rock bottom.

    A few amenities are lost ( n flight personal tv's, older airplane) These amenities are more than made up with the stewardesses and the delightful Madrid airport.

    Even though a few delays are always expected, I would much rather fly through Madrid than through London or, for the fact, in the winter, a northern airport. Weather delays are rare in Madrid, as opposed to the northern European airports where they are common.

    Also, Madrid is a very lovely city if you want to go into the city via the train/metro system that connects the airport to the city.

    I have recommended this flight to my family, husband and friends and now you!

    Book this flight, you won't regret it!

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Sample Fares found by other travelers within the past 72 hours
Price From/To Depart/Return Airline
$1,620 Flight from Dulles to Orly Field (IAD-ORY) Fri, Jul 4 - Wed, Jul 9 British Airways
$1,750 Flight from Dulles to Orly Field (IAD-ORY) Fri, Jul 4 - Mon, Jul 7 British Airways
$1,848 Flight from Dulles to Orly Field (IAD-ORY) Wed, Jun 18 - Mon, Jun 23 British Airways
$1,900 Flight from Dulles to Orly Field (IAD-ORY) Wed, Jun 11 - Mon, Jun 16 British Airways
$1,955 Flight from Dulles to Orly Field (IAD-ORY) Wed, Jun 18 - Sat, Jun 21 Air France
$1,960 Flight from Dulles to Orly Field (IAD-ORY) Sun, Aug 3 - Wed, Aug 6 Finnair
$1,996 Flight from Dulles to Orly Field (IAD-ORY) Tue, Jun 10 - Thu, Jul 10 American Airlines
$2,018 Flight from Dulles to Orly Field (IAD-ORY) Wed, Jun 11 - Sat, Jun 14 American Airlines
$2,040 Flight from Dulles to Orly Field (IAD-ORY) Sat, Jun 7 - Thu, Jun 12 British Airways
$2,040 Flight from Dulles to Orly Field (IAD-ORY) Sat, Jun 7 - Thu, Jun 12 British Airways
There are approximately 52 flights covering the route from Dulles International Airport in Washington, D.C. to Orly Field in Paris, provided by as many as 14 airlines.

The following airlines sometimes offer nonstop cheap flights from Washington, D.C. to Paris:

Transwest Air

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