How to get to the Faroe Islands from Paris
The Faroe Islands are easily accessible from Paris, France.
The national airline of the Faroe Islands, Atlantic Airways, operates non-stop flights from Reykjavik (Iceland), Copenhagen (Denmark) and Edinburgh (Scotland) to the Faroe Islands all year round, and SAS operates non-stop flights from Copenhagen all year round.
All of these destinations have non-stop flights from Paris, which means that getting to the Faroe Islands only requires one stop-over. You can depart from Paris and arrive in the Faroe Islands on the same day. It only takes one hour to fly directly from Edinburgh in Scotland or Reykjavik in Iceland to the Faroe Islands and only two hours from Copenhagen. Easier than you thought, right?
Via Copenhagen, Denmark
Atlantic Airways and SAS operate 2-hour non-stop flights from Copenhagen to the Faroe Islands.
Here is an overview of airlines that fly non-stop from Paris (Charles de Gaulle and Orly Airport) to Copenhagen:
Via Edinburgh, Scotland
Atlantic Airways operates 1-hour non-stop flights from Edinburgh to the Faroe Islands twice a week (Thursdays and Sundays). So all you need to do is hop on a flight from London to Edinburgh and you’re almost there!
Here is an overview of airlines that fly non-stop from Paris (Charles de Gaulle and Orly Airport) to Edinburgh:
Via Reykjavik, Iceland
Atlantic Airways operates 1-hour non-stop flights from Reykjavik to the Faroe Islands three times a week during the winter and four times a week during the summer.
The airlines that fly from Paris (Charles de Gaulle) to Reykjavik are: