The second bigest airport of Paris . Located 13 Km south of Paris by the A6 motorway. It has 2 main Terminals know as terminal South or Terminal West . Before the construction of Charles de Gaulle International Airport, Orly was the main airport of Paris. Even with the shift of most international traffic to Charles de Gaulle International Airport, Orly remains the busiest French airport for domestic traffic and the second busiest French airport overall in terms of passenger boardings.
The Orly airport is served by many domestic and international flight such as : Air France, Alitalia, Vueling airline, Iberia Airline, air Algeria, British Airways, Tunisia Airline, Easy Jet, in all more than 30 airlines. The airport has 3 run always
|Location||Start price (3pax)|
|Orly airport to Paris City Center||55 €|
|Orly airport to Disneyland Transfer||65 €|
|Orly to Charles de Gaulle airport Transfer||55 €|
|Orly airport to Eiffel Tower Transfer||55 €|
All reservations are instantly confirmed and you can book as late as 24 hours before your arrival to the out bound location (your departure point). For example if your flight lands at 12:00 in Orly airport you could book your taxi even at 12:00 on the previous day! In case of any flight delay etc, do not worry, we wait and there won't be an additional charge.
Your transfer booking is paid on line and you will not be asked to pay any additional money to the driver.
Simple, we meet you at your arrival point and we transfer you to your doorstep.
There are a number of information desks, situated in both the west and south terminals. They offer information about flights, airlines and the airport itself as well as directions to Paris and the surrounding areas.
|Terminal Sud||South Gate L||(7:15 a.m. - 11:45 p.m.)|
|Terminal Ouest||West Gate A||(7:15 a.m. - 11:45 p.m.)|
There is a medical centre in the south terminal at Orly, on the fourth floor near the information desk. It is open Monday to Friday from 8am to 5pm, providing emergency care and specialised travel medicine and advice.
Each terminal handles its own lost property. The west terminal lost property department in at gate I on the Arrivals level. It is open from 5.30am to 11.30pm daily. The south terminal lost property office is at gate G and is open from 6am to 10.45pm. In any case, if you think you lost something in the airport itself (not on a plane or in transit), If items remain unclaimed they are sent to Service des Objets Trouvés de la Préfecture de Police de Paris (the lost property department of the Paris police headquarters).
14 km to the south of Paris by the A6 motorway.
Information Arrivals/departures – Flight Schedule
Airport: 0 892 68 15 15 (0,34€/min)
Standard: 01 49 75 15 15
Customs: 01 49 75 78 51
Police 24h/24 : 01 49 75 43 04
Business center: 01 49 75 12 33
More information: http://www.parisaeroport.fr/en/passengers