(ORY), the busiest airport for domestic flights within France, was also once the premier airport for the city prior to the construction of Charles de Gaulle Airport. It is conveniently located 14 km southwest of the city centre. It has flights to and from cities in the UK and the rest of mainland Europe plus to Africa, the Caribbean, the Middle East, North America and Southeast Asia.
Paris-Orly's location allows for easy access to the centre of the city and for
Disneyland Paris. The airport itself has two passenger terminals, Sud (South) and Ouest (West) served by shuttle train, taxis and buses all of which are well signposted from within the terminal buildings for onward travel.
Then its on to baggage reclamation - you can expect to wait around half an hour at the carousel. After collecting your bags (make use of free trolleys if you have more than hand luggage) you head through customs - normally only random checks are done here so stroll confidently through! After customs you'll exit into one of the general areas of Orly Airport where you can make your way to Paris or another destination.
Passengers transferring from Paris Orly airport to Paris Charles de Gaulle airport can use the
Air France shuttle buswhich leaves from Orly Sud exit K, platform 5 and Orly Ouest exit D. This is free to passengers travelling with Air France.
It is also available for non Air France
passengers for a fee.