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|Airport of departure:||Kuwait International Airport (KWI)|
|Airport of arrival:||Paris Orly Airport (ORY)|
|Minimum layover duration:||Average of 1 hours 35 minutes (Istanbul - SAW)|
|Flight duration from Kuwait to Paris:||Average of 9 hours 5 minutes (with layover duration)|
There are frequent direct flights from Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport to Kuwait and International Airport offered by Pegasus Airlines.
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Kuwait International Airport is situated about 15.5 km south of the city.
Kuwait International Airport was initially established in 1927. The current airport became operational in 1979 and has been through a series of renovation works which resulted in the inclusion of additional terminals as well as the increase of its total passenger capacity up to 25 million people per year. As of May 2018, the airport consists of five terminals.
The public transport is not very well developed in Kuwait. However there are some buses providing transfer to the city center. Bus lines number 13, 99 and 501 operate from 4.30 am until 23.45 pm. There are also pre-arranged private transfers of the hostels. Alternatively, you can take a taxi or benefit from car rental services offered by Pegasus Airlines.
Public transport network lacks a railway system and buses are usually the only public means of transport. The Kuwait Public Transport Company offers bus services covering an extensive area but unfortunately the traffic get a bit hectic in the city.
Taxis are also widely utilized to move around in the city. You can negotiate on a price beforehand. The local taxi app Careem is commonly used for moving around the city.
There are direct flights to Paris Orly Airport and Charles de Gaulle Airport from Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport which serves as a connection point for various domestic flights to provinces of Türkiye (Turkey).
By booking your ticket in advance, you can benefit from seasonal discounts and promotions offered by Pegasus Airlines.
Charles de Gaulle Airport, located 25 km northeast of the capital Paris, is named after the 18th President of France. The airport's name is abbreviated as Paris CDG and it hosts cheap flights to Paris from various locations.
You can access Paris and other cities from Charles de Gaulle Airport using public transport, TGV trains, shuttle CDGVal, and car rental services.
RER B and TGV trains are two alternatives to get to farther destinations like Lyon, Brussels, and Avignon. At CDG Airport, you can take the RER B local commuter train to downtown Paris. The RER B takes you first to Gare d’Est, then to Saint-Michel-Notre-Dame, the tourist zone, before stopping at Orly Airport. There are trains by RER B to Paris every 15 minutes on weekdays. The journey takes 25 minutes to Gare du Nord.
Apart from RER B regional trains, you can find access to the high-speed train TGV and international SNCF rail links at the Airport. The station Charles de Gaulle 2 TGV Airport in Terminal 2 will directly connect you to Avignon, Lyon, and Brussels. The train journey between Paris CDG and Brussels Airports lasts about 1 hour and 36 minutes.
Using the CDGVal shuttle is the easiest way to transfer between terminals. Passengers transfer from Terminals 2 and 3 to Terminal 1, enabling arrivals to reach the train and bus stations within CDG Airport.
RoissyBus takes you from Terminal 1 to the Paris city center. The central stop is near the Opera. From CDG Airport, RoissyBus starts at 6:00 a.m. and serves every 20 minutes. In the reverse direction, the bus serves every 20 minutes, starting from 05:15 to 08:00 and every 30 minutes from 10.00-00:30 at night.
If you take Bus 350 and Bus 351, you can directly reach Disneyland Magical Shuttle, which takes 45 minutes and welcomes passengers between 07:00-09:00. Book flight tickets to explore the wonderful world of Paris Disneyland.
Commonly referred to as Orly, the international airport is located 13 kilometres south of Paris. The complex is situated partially in Villeneuve-le-Roi and partially in Orly. Before the opening of Charles de Gaulle Airport in 1974, Paris Orly Airport was the main airport of the French capital.
Paris Orly Airport is the busiest airport in France in terms of domestic traffic. The complex is also the second busiest airport in passenger traffic.
Opened it 1932, the airport was formerly known as Villeneuve-Orly Airport. Used for military service during the Second World War, the airport has been renovated and new terminals were built over the years. Currently, the complex consists of four terminals and received more than 30 million passengers in the year 2018.
There are several transportation options that you can take to reach the city center.
Taxis are located right outside the exit terminals and offer the quickest ride to the city. The trip takes around 30 minutes and costs about 40€.
The most used transportation option that you can take to get to central Paris is by trains. As there are no direct railways to the center of Paris, you will need to get on Orlyval Metro first; then you can transfer to RER B or RER C trains at Anthony Train Station. The complete journey costs around 13 € and the rides are quite comfortable. The tickets can be obtained on the stations.
Orlybus tickets cost 8.30 € and the bus takes you directly to downtown Paris in 45 minutes. You can also take the public bus which costs 2 € but stops frequently in each stop, resulting in a longer trip.
The connection between the city center and Paris Orly Airport is also served by other buses throughout the night. The transportation is available 24/7.
For a hassle-free and comfortable ride to the center of Paris, you can consider renting a car through Pegasus Airlines.
The efficient and affordable transportation system of Paris is composed by taxi, buses, metro and railway. The public transportation network is operated by RATP.
The tickets can be used for any transportation vehicle and can be obtained from stations. There are various travel cards which allow you to get around the city for five days or for a single day. Single-day ticket costs around 10 € and the price of a five-day ticket costs 35 €. One of the most used buses of the transportation system is Bateau Bus which offers a wonderful trip around the city including its attractions and the Seine.
If you want to find cheap Paris flight ticket, you can book your flight ticket in advance, ideally two or three months prior to your journey. Also, you can visit Paris during its off-season which is winter and enjoy Pegasus Airlines’ amazing seasonal campaigns. Also keep in mind that, flight tickets during weekdays are almost always cheaper than the ones scheduled on weekends.
You can book your ticket in advance in order to benefit from BolBol promotions.
Kuwait-Frankfurt flights are operated as connecting flights. The transfer center is Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport and the minimum layover duration is around 1 hours and 35 minutes. Kuwait-Frankfurt flights take approximately 9 hours and 5 minutes with layover duration time.
Paris is one of the most beautiful and unique cities in the world. A spectacular city full of historic and cultural attractions, the city also stands out as a capital of love and romance. It also creates a wonderful portray of French culture.
Three or four days are ideal to visit the top attractions and highlights of Paris.
The Paris Transport travel card features unlimited travel on the metro, tramway, bus and other RER networks. It is also called Paris Visite and can be obtained from stations and transportation offices.
Paris is one of the most expensive cities in the world as it is a European capital. By booking your hotel in advance and preferring bistros instead of luxurious restaurants; you can avoid excessive spending.
Paris is one of the safest cities in Europe. Although some areas are considered safer than the others, the city overall is not considered dangerous. It is always recommended to stay vigilant against pickpockets.
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