Travelling in group: from Paris to London.

There are several ways to travel from Paris to London, depending on your needs and budget.
Before travelling check out the travel information and restrictions in the UK embassy’s official website.

Check out the UK Embassy’s website

1. Commercial Flight

Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport and London Heathrow have several connections during the day. You can find many airlines that cover these destinations, as: Air France – KLM, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, Etihad Airways, Lufthansa, Finnair, Austrian Airlines etc.

Generally, the sooner you book for your group flight, the lower price you will achieve. So don’t wait until the last minute, above all if you want to travel during the high season.

Even if several buses, trains and subways are available from the Paris and London’s airports, you will need at least 1 hour to go from the airport to the city center. Furthermore, is recommended to arrive at least 2 hours previous flight departure to pass through the security check and the passports lines.

2. Private Jet

Private Jet could be the optimal choice in case of Group flights as it is set up on an ad hoc basis to transport a specific group of passengers and meets your specific needs. Time and date of departure are more flexible than commercial flights and shorter time is needed for the security and passports checks.
There are many private jet airlines that you could contact to ask for this kind of services: Alba Jet, Vista Jet, Luna Group Charter, Netjets etc.

The airline can land in a smaller airport which is closer to the city center or closer to where you need to go, these smaller airports often forbid landing to commercial flights. This will make you save time and money for transportation once arrived in town. Private jets operate all year round and there is no seasonal variation, the price of your flight will vary from the services and the Aircraft selected.

Flying with a private jets’ airlines give you the choice of aircraft and wider options compared to commercial flights, it ensures a more accurate treatment for your luggage and a wider number of services on board (i.e.  Wifi, relaxed atmosphere, food etc.).

3. Train

The train Eurostar can bring you from Gare du Nord Station in Paris to St Pancras International station in the center of London. The travel takes around 2h and 15 minutes and it departs and arrives in the center of the city. The Eurostar has hourly frequencies.

You can book for group travels via the Eurostar’s official website.

There are not overnight services and children under four travel for free, with discounts for under 12 years and youth fares.

4. Bus

With limited budget, the cheapest way to travel from London to Paris is booking a coach. The advantage is that you can book an overnight schedule and do not need to arrive 2 hours previous departure, but the trip will last minimum 6 hours or more depending on the intermediary stops.

The bus stations are usually located in the city center and the bus ticket price can be between 43€ and 76€.