Paris Orly Airport Directions- Trains to Paris Orly International Airport
Paris Orly International Airport is connected to lines B and C of the RER rapid train line service. If needing to connect to the RER C line, from the airport take the ADP shuttle service (10 minutes) to Gare d’ Austerlitz. The ADP shuttle service departs from entrance F at the southern terminal and entrance G (arrivals) at the western terminal. Here you can connect to the C line, which runs to St Michel, Invalides and Porte Maillot. If needing to reach Charles de Gaulle Airport or metro connections to Denfert-Rochereau or St Michel, take the ORLYVAL shuttle service (8 minutes) to Anthony Station on the RER B line. The ORLYVAL shuttle train departs from entrance K in the southern terminal and entrance A in the western terminal. Free shuttle buses run between the two terminals.
Directions to Paris Orly Airport - Buses to Paris Orly International Airport
The Orlybus shuttle is the easiest connection from Paris Orly International Airport and Denfert-Rochereau station to link to the metro and the RER station. It stops at entrance H in the southern terminal and entrance D (arrival level) in the western terminal. The journey takes between 20 and 30 minutes. The ‘Airport Shuttle’ is another option to connect to central Paris from the airport. Public buses are another way to connect to the city, bus line 182 links Paris-Orly to the central Porte de Choisy station.
Paris Orly Airport Directions- Driving to Paris Orly International Airport
If driving from Paris to the Paris Orly International Airport, take the A6 motorway via Porte d’Orleans or Porte de Gentilly, the airport is well signposted. There are many companies to choose from if considering a rental car when you arrive in Paris; Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz, National, Sixt and TT Car Transit are all available at Paris Orly International Airport. There are many taxis outside the arrivals gate, running to central Paris or suburban locations. There is an information desk in the southern terminal at gates H and K, and the western terminal has an information desk in the public area. Here you can ask for more information about getting into the city centre, with free maps and guides of Paris available.