The following airlines are just some of the major operators flying direct to Nice, flight time from the UK is approximately 2 hours. Other operators such as Air France, KLM, Air Swiss, etc. fly to Nice but involve a stop and change of aircraft en route. Some of the routes are Summer seasonal routes only.

British Airways
Flights from London (Heathrow), London (Gatwick) and London (City) to Nice.
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Easy Jet
Flights from Belfast, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Liverpool, London (Luton), London (Gatwick), London (Stanstead), and Bristol to Nice.
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Flights from Belfast, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Newcastle, Manchester and Southampton to Nice.
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Flights from Glasgow, Leeds Bradford, Manchester to Nice.
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Flights from London (Stanstead) to Nice.
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Travel by train – very relaxing!

The Eurostar train service, in conjunction with SNCF, offers an alternative to flying. Travel from  London St. Pancras station changing at Lille or at Paris for the onward journey to Nice. If changing at Paris, a short Metro journey between stations is required. Fares can be reasonable if booked early. The journey time from London is approximately 9 to 11 hours depending on the route taken. A break of journey for one night is sometimes allowed if, for example, you want to spend a night in Paris.
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By Car

It’s a long way by car! The auto route tolls and the current price of fuel makes it a very costly journey and parking in Nice is extremely difficult and expensive. The tolls can be avoided to some extent by using the ordinary roads. Consider a long channel crossing to somewhere like Le Havre rather than the Calais route or the channel tunnel. This cuts off quite a few miles and you can work your way down across country to join the auto route at Lyon.
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