Paris Orly Airport is the second Paris airport after Paris Charles de Gaulle. Orly is an important departure point for French domestic flights but still handles quite a lot of international traffic. The majority of direct flights are from airports in the north of England and Scotland and Northern Ireland. Routes from the south of England face fierce competition from Eurostar rail services.
In the absence of routes with Ryanair and EasyJet, flights tend to be a little more expensive than routes to Paris Charles de Gaulle and Paris Beauvais. The best deals are frequently with Flybe, with direct flights from Southampton and reasonably priced indirect flights from regional airports like Aberdeen, Glasgow International, Edinburgh, Leeds Bradford and Newcastle.
You should also find flights with British Airways from airports like Heathrow, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Glasgow. Again, many of these flights will be indirect. Air France and KLM offer connections from London City Airport.
Find live flight information at www.aeroportsdeparis.fr