Since you have to cross the U.S. as well as the Atlantic Ocean, you are probably talking about at least 12 hours of flight time. However, a lot depends on the airline and your flight routing, connections, etc. Plus, you have to allow for security and boarding/luggage handling at each end of the flight. In any case I would suggest looking at a site such as Expedia, Orbis, Travelocity, etc. and making some sample flight plans so you can see how things work out.
Paris is 9 hours ahead of California.
Paris is 9 hours ahead.
A nonstop flight from LAX to Paris, France is about 14 hours.
18 HOURS + LAYOVER TIME IN PARIS
about 9 hours
About 7 hours and 20 minutes.
Nonstop, 2 hours by plane.
Roughly 4 hours.
About 3 hours
To travel by car, it would take 67 hours. To travel by plane, it would take 9 hours.
To travel by car, it would take 59 hours. To travel by plane, it would take 8 hours.
Google Maps estimatesthe driving time as 9 hours and 26 minutes.
Hours to Travel From Pittsburgh to FranceIf you are flying to Paris, a direct flight from Pittsburgh will take about 8 hours.
Paris is about 680km (420mi) from Nice. By plane, this would be about 90 minutes or 2 hours. By car, about 8 to 9 hours.
The fastest trains (Thalys) take 3 hours and 14 minutes to travel from Paris Nord to Köln Hauptbahnhof.
Just over 11 hours.
About 2.5 hours
it takes approx 6 hours
A typical light from Paris, France to Palm Springs, California takes about 11 hours and 14 minutes.
It takes 2 hours 20 minutes to travel from London, UK to Paris, France by train. The Eurostar trains can travel at speeds of up to 300 kilometers per hour.
Air France flies from LAX to Paris (CDG) in 10 and a half hours, and the return trip takes 11 and a half hours.
A direct flight from Paris, France --> Glasgow, Scotland would take about 2 hours.
the travel time by train between Paris and Cannes is 5H05 or 5H45 depending of the train.
The flight time from Paris to New York City is about 7 to 7.5 hours.