|Quoting icna05e (Reply 1):|
Typically, it would be FL 370. I don't know why but that's what both AFR and EZY seem to prefer. Now, if you depart late or whatever passes through the pilot's head, you'll get something lower.
CDG-NCE isn't that long. CDG or even ORY-BOD is shorter and these are limited to FL290 although routinely get cleared up to 350 when traffic permits.
|Quoting DAL763ER (Reply 3):|
Quoting beeweel15 (Reply 2):
Wow no wonder the TGV is driving the planes down from the ground.
I don't exactly see your point. I believe flying is still faster than the TGV between Northern and Southern France.
|Quoting Aesma (Reply 5):|
I just checked and in fact Paris-Nice in TGV has exactly the same problem as Brest, the last part isn't an LGV yet and that ruins the total time : 5h20 at best. I didn't know because most of the time I go by car.