Orly Airport

Orly Airport

Orly (ORY) is the second largest airport in Paris (after Charles de Gaulle). Each year, over 32 million passengers pass through its terminals. Find out the best ways to travel between Paris and Orly airport.

It has two terminals, Sud (south) and Ouest (west). You can go from one terminal to the other on the Orlyval, an automatic shuttle that is free of charge.

How to Get to Paris From Orly

Airport transfer service

The easiest and most relaxing way to get to the city center is by booking an airport transfer. The driver of the car will be waiting for you at the arrival terminal with a sign with your name on it and will take you to your hotel in the shortest possible time.

You can book a transfer from Orly airport to the center of Paris by clicking here.


A taxi from Orly to the city centre costs between  70 (US$ 75.10) and 80 (US$ 85.80). 

RER C + Bus Paris par le train

Orly Airport is connected to the Pont de Rungis train station by the “Paris par le train” bus. From the train station, the RER C takes you to the centre. The full journey takes 35 minutes.

A single-way including the train and bus ride is 6.85 (US$ 7.40). It's also possible to use the Passe Navigo or the Paris Visite transport card (zone 1 - 4).

RER B + Orlyval

The Orlyval train connects Orly Airport with the train station Antony. Here, you can take the RER line B. The full journey takes 33 minutes.

The price that includes both the Orlyval and train to the centre is 12.10 (US$ 13). In this case, the only travel card you can use is the Paris Visite. The Passe Navigo is not accepted. 


The Orlybus connects the airport with the train station Denfert-Rochereau, in Montparnasse. Here, you can take the RER line B or the metro lines 4 and 6.

It takes approximately 30 minutes to get to the centre and costs 9.50 (US$ 10.20). Both travel cards are accepted if you decide to take the Orlybus.

Taking the Orlybus is a good idea if you’re staying close to Denfert-Rochereau. Otherwise, it’s faster and cheaper to take the RER C and then the metro to get to the centre.

Local buses

Three local buses connect Orly with the centre from terminal Sud. A single-way ticket costs 2 (US$ 2.10) and is therefore the cheapest way to get to the airport. 

  • Bus 183: From Orly to Porte de Choisy metro station (metro line 7 and tram line 3). It takes approximately 50 minutes.
  • Bus 285: Connects Orly Airport with the train station Juvisy and with the metro station Louis Aragon (line 7). The route takes 15 minutes.
  • Bus 292: To the Marché de Rungis (Rungis Market). This bus is not normally used by tourists.

Are you Going to Disneyland?

To get to Disneyland Paris from Orly airport we recommend getting a taxi or booking our shuttle service. If you book the shuttle service in advance, the driver will be waiting at the arrival terminal with a sign with your name on it.