Question: What Is The Biggest Airport In France?

According to Wikipedia

Charles de Gaulle Airport

Orly Airport

Aéroport Paris Beauvais

Paris Airport‑Le Bourget

Paris‑Vatry Airport

What are the major airports in France?

Airports in France

  • France, as a well-known tourist country, has developed a wide range of international airports.
  • It counts 34 of them, with the airports in Paris (Orly and Charles de Gaulle as those with the biggest traffic).
  • Situated in south-western France, the airport is only 12 km west of Bordeaux.

What is the biggest airport in Europe 2018?

2018 statistics

Rank 2018 Airport
1 Heathrow Airport
2 Charles de Gaulle Airport
3 Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
4 Frankfurt am Main Airport

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Which is the biggest airport in Paris?

Airports serving Paris, France:

  1. Charles de Gaulle Airport – Paris’s main international airport.
  2. Orly Airport – Paris’s second international airport.
  3. Beauvais-Tillé Airport – the airport of Beauvais, serving as Paris airport for budget airlines.
  4. Paris–Le Bourget Airport – the original city airport.

What are the largest airports in Europe?

The top 20 largest airports in the world by passenger number

  • #1 Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL)
  • #2 Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK)
  • #3 Dubai International Airport (DXB)
  • #4 Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
  • #5 Tokyo Haneda Airport (HND)

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