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What airports service Paris, France?

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Airports serving Paris include Charles de Gaulle Airport, Orly Airport and Beauvais–Tillé Airport. Charles de Gaulle Airport, located 14 miles north of central Paris, was the world's eighth-busiest airport in 2014.

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Charles de Gaulle Airport serves over 60 million passengers each year and is a hub for Air France and Delta Air Lines. Paris-Orly Airport is France's second-busiest airport and serves as a secondary hub for Air France. Orly Airport offers better access to central Paris and was the city's main airport before the construction of Charles de Gaulle Airport.

Beauvais–Tillé Airport is located some 50 miles northwest of the city, but some airlines refer to it as Paris–Beauvais Airport to attract Paris-bound passengers. The airport's train station offers service to Paris.

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