Orly Sud 103,
Orly Aérogare Cedex, France.
General Information telephone: 33 1 70 36 39 50
Paris Orly is connected to lines B and C of the RER rapid train line service. To connect to the RER C line; 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. 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.
The Orlybus shuttle is the easiest 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. Public buses connect to the city. Bus line 182 links Paris-Orly to the central Porte de Choisy station.
Take the A6 motorway via Porte d’Orleans or Porte de Gentilly. The airport is well signposted.
There are a variety of bars and restaurants, as well as foreign exchange counters, pharmacies, a post office and tourist information points. 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. There are plenty of companies to choose from if considering a rental car. Good facilities for disabled travellers. The shuttle bus at the airport is wheelchair friendly, as are some of the cash points and public phones. Business work stations are scattered around the airport. The Paris Orly Business Centre has conference rooms for up to 50 people. The helpful Paris Orly Airport information desk can help you with more specific enquires regarding these facilities.
Parking is easy and accessible. There are more than 7300 spaces spread over multi-level car parks. Special parking areas for motorcycles and disabled passengers. P4 and P7 are uncovered car parks designed for long term parking. Accessible by shuttle bus. There are 7 car parks in total. P5 (the only car park open all night) is walking distance from Orly West, and offers a free shuttle bus service to Orly South. There is also a special shuttle service operating between car parks P4, P5 and P7.
. Car parks P0, P1 and P2 are all covered parking areas with reserved spaces for people with reduced mobility. There are also lanes reserved for motorcycles. These parking areas are connected by a free shuttle service that links to the West Terminal or South Terminal.
Are you parking over the weekend? There is a Friday to Monday weekend flat rate and a long weekend rate if you are parking your vehicle from Thursday to Monday. You can access more information on up-to-date rates and vacation parking packages on the airport website.