A complete transformation of Orly airport



Paris-Orly, will be a modern airport with the highest international standards to provide the best service to travellers and respond to major changes in air traffic: the boom of low-cost airlines and more international destinations. Paris-Orly airport is valued for its easy operating processes and its compact size.

Paris-Orly is undergoing major changes to address the shift in air travel and meet its customers’ needs.

Paris-Orly change

Orly 1-2-3-4, a single terminal

Paris-Orly un terminal unique

The one-roof airport with a single terminal

Paris-Orly is now a single terminal, divided into 4 separate zones, each with its own Arrivals and Departures area.
The 80,000 m2 connecting building increases the capacity of the airport still complying with air traffic restrictions.

 

Map of all changes at Paris-Orly


Paris-Orly changes, discover the major projects in process

Gare multimodale Paris-orly

The multimodal station : Gare Aéroport d'Orly

The Grand Paris Express station will be located at the heart of the airport. 
By 2024, the journey time between Paris-Orly and the French capital will be considerably reduced (Paris-Orly to Gare de Lyon in 23 minutes).
The airport will also be serviced by new Metro lines 14 and 18 and by Tramway T7.

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Paris-Orly Circuit départ internationaux
Embarquement international à Orly Sud

Paris-Orly international departures circuit

3 major projects:

• A new international retail area inspired by typical Parisian avenues, offering an unforgettable shopping experience.

Reconfigured security controls to cope with the growth and changes of traffic.

• A new baggage handling system with the ability to process 2,500 bags per hour and provide comprehensive tracking of each item using OCR recognition. This system reduces waiting times in baggage reclaim.

 

Orly 1-2-3-4

The extension of Hall 1 increases the terminal’s capacity to 5.5 million passengers and considerably improves the quality of service provided.

The refurbishment of Hall B in Orly South increases direct boarding and disembarkation capacity from the terminal through 4 new boarding gates.


Prepare your journey and your arrival at the airport

New names for all car parks and drop off areas. Follow the tips and advices of Paris Aéroport during this time to help you prepare for your journeys to and from the airport.

Car-parks

 

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