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Orly

Orly

Orly (pronounced 'aurli)' is the second busiest airport of Paris for domestic as well as for International flights to destinations in North America, Middle East, the Caribbean and Africa. Located14 kms south of Paris, Orly was the principal airport before the construction of Charles de Gaulle airport.

Access:

Orly is connected to Paris by RER B (station Antony) though OrlyVal shuttle service. This service runs free between Orly West and Orly south Terminals.

Orly is also accessible by Line 3 of the Air France shuttle service. These coaches are available from Terminal 1 (gate 34 arrivals), Terminals 2A & 2C (gate C2), Terminal 2E & 2F (galerie 3) and Terminal 2B & 2D (gate B2). Note that Terminal 3 is NOT served by this service.

Tickets can be bought from Coach counters at the airport or on-board from the driver.

It takes about 45-60 minutes from CDG to reach Orly depending on the traffic

  • Operating between CDG and Orly Terminal South (Terminal Sud, Gate K) and Orly Terminal West (Terminal ouest, Gate D, arrival level), this service is available every 30 minutes from 6 AM to 10.30 PM.
  • One way fare is 16 Euros for an Adult and 8 Euros for Child (2-11 years).

By bus, Orly is serviced by Bus 283 and OrlyBus to Denfert-Rochereau (Paris). JetBus service connects the airport to Metro Line 7 (Station: Veiilejuif-Louis Aragon)

A taxi from Orly Airport to Paris might cost around 30 Euros depending on the rush hour and traffic.