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Paris-Orly Airport (Sud)

Paris, FR

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Getting into Paris

Plenty of transport options

There are many ways to travel between Orly airport and the city of Paris. If you’re looking to get there quickly and cheaply, we suggest taking the train.

Train

Take the Orlyval light rail to Antony station, then change to the RER B train (blue line) in the direction Aeroprt Charles de Gaulle to central stations like St Michel-Notre Dame, Gare du Nord and Châtelet Les Halles. Trains leave every four to seven minutes from 06:00-23:00 and journey time is around 40 minutes (six minutes to Antony).

Note: Keep your ticket with you as you'll need it to change trains and to leave the station at the end of your journey.

Cost: EUR 12 one-way (covers Orlyval, RER and Metro)
Buying tickets: Orlyval/Orlybus booth in the terminals
Location: Stations in both terminals

Taxi

Orly Airport is quite close to central Paris so taking a taxi can be the quickest route into the city. Prices will vary greatly, depending on where in the city you're going, and how much traffic there is. Be aware that there are surcharges of EUR 3 for more than three passengers and EUR 1 per piece of luggage after the first. Tipping is optional but customary.

Cost: EUR 40-50 (more in heavy traffic)

Bus 

Air France offers a shuttle service between airports and major train stations in the city, 'Cars Air France'. Line 1 links with Gare Montparnasse, Invalides, and Etoile from entrance D of Orly West. Journey time is around one hour. Line 3 takes you to Charles de Gaulle Airport.

Cost: EUR 12.50 into Paris, EUR 21 to CDG Airport
Buying tickets: On the bus and at counters in the terminals 
Location: Stops in both terminals

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Getting around the airport

Two terminals connected by shuttle train

Orly Airport lies 13km south of Paris and is the secondary airport for the city after Charles de Gaulle Airport. It has two terminals, Terminal Sud (South Terminal) and Terminal Ouest (West Terminal). There are train and bus connections to central Paris leaving from both terminals. 

  • South Terminal: Six levels, but most facilities on Levels 0 and 1. Arrivals on Level 0, Departures and gates on Level 1. Gate area is split into Hall A (A gates) and Hall B (B gates).
  • West Terminal: Two levels. Arrivals and baggage claim on Level 0, Departures and gates on Level 1. The central Departures area is connected to four halls: Hall 1 (gates 10A-10P), Hall 2 (gates 20A-20L), Hall 3 (31A-31F) and Hall 4 (40A-40G).

Shuttle train

You can take the driverless Orlyval train between terminals for free. These leave every four to seven minutes from 06:00-23:00 and journey time is only one minute. You can also take this train to Antony station to continue your journey into central Paris on the RER train (you'll need to pay for this journey). 

Locations: South Terminal, between Exits K and J. West Terminal, Exit A    

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Lounges

Three options

Salon Icare

This lounge offers food, drinks, newspapers, Wi-Fi, TV, smoking area and other services. 

Terminal Sud, after security, departures, level 1, hall G
Opening hours: 06:00-21:30 daily

Air France - Le Patio 1

Lounge for short waits during stopovers.

Hall 1, after security, departures area
Hours: 05:30 until the last departure on Mon-Fri, 05:45 - to the last departure on Saturday

Air France - Let Patio 2

Lounge for short waits during stopovers.

Hall 1, after security, departures area
Hours: 05:20 - the last departure on Mon-Fri, 05:55 - to the last departure on Saturday

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Save 15% at CUP

Michelin-starred chef

Located on the first level of South Orly departure hall, CUP is the 1st restaurant in an airport to be entirely managed by a Michelin-starred chef!

Menu: International classics as well as iconic French dishes.

Get 15% off your total order with FLIO, available all day.

Simply unlock the offer below and present your FLIO code at the time of ordering to redeem your offer. 

To unlock this benefit download FLIO App

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Save on Your Car Rental

Lowest Price Guaranteed

Car rental companies are all located in Terminal Orly Ouest (arrivals hall). You can take the Orlyval train between terminals for free. In Terminal Ouest you can find the following companies:

Avis
Hours: 06:00-24:00 daily

Budget
Hours: 06:30-23:00 Mon-Fri; 06:30-21:00 Sat; 06:30-23:00 Sun

Dollar
Hours: From first to last flight

Enterprise
Hours: 06:00-24:00 daily

Europcar
Hours: 06:00-24:00 daily

Hertz
Hours: From first to last flight

Sixt
Hours: 07:00-22:30 Mon-Fri; 07:30-22:30 Sat-Sun

Thrifty
Hours: From first to last flight

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Power Outlets

Get a Chargebox

The airport offers a free mobile charging service called Charge box. Lock your phone in one of the boxes, plug it into one of the available power plugs and return once the device is charged. 

Location: Departures area, after security, level 1

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Free water

No need to buy bottled water

If you’re carrying a refillable bottle we suggest heading to the Tourist Information counter in the South terminal. There is a free water dispenser that alleviates the need to buy overpriced bottled water. It’s also better for the environment!

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Video games room

PlayStation area for video game enthusiasts

If you’re a fan of video games you’ll love spending some time in the games area that offers the latest games at no cost. Don’t forget to put down the controller and board your plane!

Location: Departure hall A and D, after security


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Electronic boards

Slow and sometimes not updated

Listen to announcements! The screens at Orly are slow to be updated with boarding gate announcements or changes. We recommend listening carefully to any loudspeaker announcements because this issue has been known to cause flight delays and confusion among passengers.

Tip: Sign in with FLIO and add your flight to 'My flights' and enable notifications to stay up to date. 

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Connecting to CDG airport

Making the trip between airports

Making the connection for an international flight (or from an international flight) at Charles de Gaulle airport can involve quite a trip. You should leave at least two and a half hours between arriving at one airport and leaving from the other. Air France offers a shuttle for inter-airport transfers if your flight is through-booked between airports. 

Cost: EUR 21 one-way, EUR 35.50 return

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