Paris is France's capital city and also one of the major cities of Europe. As Paris is an important destination and a transit point, there are a number of airports in and around the metropolis. Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports are within the city limits, whereas Châlons Vatry and Beauvais–Tillé airports are located outside the city.
Flights from Paris to Stockholm will begin at any of the airports of Paris. Charles de Gaulle Airport is the world's eighth busiest airport and the Orly Airport is France's second busiest airport. Together, they handle the majority of air traffic travelling to and from Paris.
To fly from Paris to Stockholm, you must first find out from where your flight is going to take off. If your flight is taking off at the Charles de Gaulle Airport, take the RER B Regional-Express train from the city center. You can also hop on buses offered by easyBus and Roissybus. Orly Airport is located conveniently within Paris city and can be reached by taking the RER B Regional Express train at Antony station. You may also choose to take the tram, RATP buses and hired cars. As both Châlons Vatry and Beauvais–Tillé airports are outside the city, start early and take trains from Central Paris to reach in time.