Paris to Exeter

Exeter is Devon’s largest city, and offers a fabulous blend of ancient and modern, being steeped in history as well as being a great place to shop, do business and have a good time. It’s also ideally situated for exploring some of the UK’s most glorious scenery, from exquisite rolling countryside to the miles of golden sandy beaches that dominate both the north and south coastlines. Whether your flight from Paris CDG to Exeter is for business, pleasure or a mix of the two, you’ll find a host of ways to spend your time in this delightful city.

For the latest information on our flight schedules from Paris CDG to Exeter, take a look at our Flybe timetable page for this route, and for the return journey, take a look at the Exeter to Paris page.

The sections below offer tips and guidance, covering everything you need to know in advance of your trip. If you’re in a hurry, just use the list below to fast-forward to the information you need.


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Getting to Paris CDG Airport

Only 35 minutes’ drive from the city centre, travelling to Paris CDG Airport for your flight to Exeter is easy.

Parking

Paris CDG airport lies on the A3 to the north of the city. You can also reach the airport from the city via the A1, or via the A4 and A3. Once you’ve arrived, you’ll find a great selection of drop-off, short stay and long stay parking, and to get the best prices, we would recommend that you book your parking in advance. To save both time and money, book via Flybe.com or book now.

If you’re getting dropped off at the airport, it is free for up to a 10 minute stay, with a €1 charge if you go over, and €0.50 charge for every minute thereafter. If planning on staying longer than 10 minutes, we would recommend using one of the short stay options.

By bus

Various operators run services on a daily basis from the centre of Paris to Paris CDG airport. All services run from different points of the city, so please check in advance where you would like to travel from if taking an airport bus. Bus routes take around 30 minutes but this very much depends upon the route taken combined with traffic flow, so do remember to plan ahead. For up-to-date timetable information, visit the Paris Toolkit website.


Paris CDG Airport Departures

At a glance:

  • Short stay and long stay car parking
    Book in advance via Flybe.com or book now
  • WiFi
  • Cafés and restaurants
  • Business facilities, meeting & conference rooms
  • Bureau de change
  • Shopping including Duty Free
  • Traveller Assistance

Check-in and bag drop at Paris CDG Airport

Before your flight from Paris CDG to Exeter, we recommend you check-in online wherever possible. If you’re unable to do so, you can check-in and collect your boarding pass at the airport free of charge. Read more about the check-in options available by airport.

Facilities before Security

  • Restaurants
  • Cafés
  • Bureau de change
  • Shops

Facilities after Security

  • Restaurants
  • Cafés
  • Bureau de change
  • Shops

Retailers:

  • Duty Free
  • Health and beauty
  • Jewellery
  • Gifts and souvenirs
  • Newsagents

To find out more, visit our dedicated flights from Paris CDG page and browse other available routes.

Exeter Airport Arrivals

Get to your destination as quickly as possible following your flight from Paris to Exeter with our handy informative guide. Our Exeter Airport Arrivals page has all of the information you need after arriving on your flight, including details on getting to Exeter city centre from the airport. To find out more, visit our dedicated Exeter Airport information page or browse other flights to Exeter.


Hotels

However big or small your budget, you'll be spoiled for choice when it comes to hotels in Exeter. From five-star decadence to simple, cosy places just ripe for resting your head, find your ideal place to stay with Flybe and Booking.com.

Visiting Exeter

Whatever the reason for your flight from Paris to Exeter, be it business, pleasure or a mixture of both, you’ll discover a vibrant city with plenty to do, whatever you may be into. Check out our Visiting Exeter guide for inspiration on where to stay in Exeter, including eating, drinking, cultural and entertainment highlights.


Doing business in Exeter

An important business hub in England’s south-west, Exeter has a great selection of meeting rooms and conference venues for hire, plus a host of wonderful ways in which to spend your time. See our Business in Exeter page for our recommended conference and meeting facilities.