Thanks KWUK! Which airline’s would be not expensive and good?
Flybe, Easyjet and Air France do that trip; I'd be happy with any of those.
But I remember you said you had luggage (and a lot of it?). Don't just look at the initial price, you need to factor in "all" the extra costs for luggage etc etc.
Start initial research via link below. But then IMO book with whichever airline you choose (in your situation choose direct flights only and carefully select a suitable flight time eg morning flight only)
Thank you so much KWUK! You are always so helpful! I will have a look through the link you have suggested.
There are lots of cheap flights from CDG into manchester . Just check on the baggage situation before you book the cheapest ticket .
I'd be another who would be quite happy to fly with any of Easyjet, Flybe or Air France. But do please do a full comparison of the overall costs, and also consider the arrival and departure times. The cheapest flights can involve leaving or getting to your accommodation at some very unsocial hours!
I'll slightly disagree with earlier comments. If you are starting in central Paris (and have lots of luggage) do consider the Eurostar train to St Pancras in London, a transfer to Euston by taxi and train to Manchester Piccadilly. It - just might - work out easier and even quicker and cheaper. If you do, book 'via St Pancras International CIV' so that you have a protected connection.
There is a lot less time involved in getting to the airport, being there two hours ahead of your flight, paying for luggage and getting from the airport to central Manchester.
#9 are you aware - from another thread -
Happy, the OP, has to get to Manchester on a Friday, check into the hotel etc etc and then get to Old Trafford for a match for which hospitality tickets have been bought already. So ideally needs to be in Manc by early afternoon,