Terminal South and Terminal West become Orly 1-2-3-4
At Paris-Orly airport, a new chapter starts today.
Say ‘goodbye’ to Orly South and Orly West and ‘hello’ to your new terminal, Orly 1-2-3-4! Discover Orly 1, Orly 2, Orly 4 and very soon Orly 3.
Our ambition: Improve the quality of our customer service and offer a better airport experience to travellers.
A new airport experience
This new construction will increase the passenger capacity of the airport.
Our challenge is to accommodate the growth in traffic, the emergence
of new airlines and the ever-growing list of international destinations,
while providing world-class customer service and levels of comfort.
A completely redesigned and streamlined passenger journey, with clearer and more visible signage
Enhanced security and reliability with reconfigured security controls and a new baggage sorting system
A reinvented travel experience, with comfortable spaces offering Internet access and an authentic Parisian shopping area
Paris within close reach and even more accessible with dedicated parking and drop-off areas and fast and efficient public transport services
A new travel experience
At the heart of the terminal is a new selection of shops, bars and restaurants ready to guarantee you a contemporary shopping experience.
The seating areas around the boarding gates have been extended to offer a calm and comfortable space for all passengers.
The names Orly 1-2-3 or 4 showing on your flight ticket corresponds to your departure area: 1-2-3 or 4 at Paris-Orly airport. Follow the guide herebelow for your check-in and boarding procedures.
The single terminal
Airlines new location within ORLY 1-2-3-4
Orly 3 will be in function after April 16th, 2019. The airlines location will be effective after this date.
Faster boarding and disembarking
An additional 80,000 m2 will provide our passengers with self-service check-in terminals,
a larger security area to speed up formalities and a new baggage sorting system.
Once you have disembarked the aircraft, the new numbering system (which includes the
outsize baggage carousels) will allow you to collect your luggage more quickly.
Whether you’re flying in, out or in transit, everyone saves time!
The “Hall” and “Lounge” denominations will disappear, they will be named
What does this mean for you?
How to reach the terminal
The names of Orlyval stations and the names of buses and shuttles stops
match the check-in areas at the airport Orly 1-2-3 and Orly 4.
Orlyval: Shuttle train going to the airport from RER line B.
THE NEXT STEPS
Once the new multi-modal Grand Paris Express station is open in 2024, Paris-Orly will be even better connected to the southern Greater Paris area. This will also mean considerably reduced journey times between the capital and the airport.
When approaching the airport, highway signs wil indicate the 4 zones clearly.
Ahead of reaching the airport, 500 road signs clearly indicate theses changes.
Car parks map