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Our partners at Paris-Orly Airport include best of breed car rental providers such as Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz and SIXT, and all operate onsite within walking distance opposite International Arrivals in Ouest (West) Terminal. Booths for all operators are located within the terminal arrivals area. For those arriving at the Sud (South) Terminal you can transfer via the 5 minute Orlyval shuttle.
The City of Light is widely known as one of the most romantic places in the world. Paris's 2.2 million residents enjoy one of the world's first strategically planned urban designs, which resulted in a city that is as aesthetically pleasing as it is distinctly European.
Spanning the municipalities of Orly and Villeneuve-le-Roi, Orly airport is the second busiest hub of its kind in France. The airport opened to the public in 1932. For almost three decades, Orly was France's biggest and busiest air hub. It wasn't until the 1960s and '70s that Charles de Gaulle Airport was renovated and much of the country's air traffic was redirected toward that location.
Today, Orly still plays a major role in transportation around Europe. It processes the majority of French domestic flights, as well as numerous international routes. The airport is located just 17 km from the centre of Paris, making transportation into the city a breeze.
Orly is comprised of Terminal Sud (South) and Terminal Ouest (West). These two terminals transport more than 25 million passengers a year to destinations all over the world.
Airlines flying out of Terminal Sud include Air Berlin, Air Caraibes, Air Mediterranee, Corsairfly, easyJet, Hex Air, Iran Air, Norwegian, Open Skies, Air Algerie, Royal Air Maroc, Syrian Air, Aigle Azur, Air Burkina, Airlinair, Air Mali, and Tunisair, along with a few other airlines.
Terminal Ouest hosts a different set of airlines, including Air France, Avianca, Air Europa, Air One, Air Malta, Alitalia, CCM Airlines, Iberia, Twin Jet and Veiling.
As it is France's second busiest airport, Orly has a number of facilities that may come in handy. If you're after Wi-Fi, you'll be happy to know that access is available throughout the building. the airport is also home to an HSBC Bank, numerous cafes and bars and children's play areas.
Like most international airports, a variety of duty-free shopping facilities exist within Orly.
In Terminal Sud, browse the shops for everything from jewellery to cigars. Pure and Rare, Solaris, Paris Gourmand, Swatch, Relay, Virgin and Hour Passion are a few shopping destinations you might want to check out.
If you're leaving (or entering) Paris via Terminal Ouest, some of the stores in your area will include Koba, Beauty Unlimited, Cecile et Jeanne and Multistore. You can also stop at Laduree, La Cure Gourmande, Gastronomie or Baillardran for some delicious French fare.