Orly Airport Bus travels between Orly Airport and Paris Denfert-Rochereau Place.
Line => Orlybus
First Bus / Last Bus to Paris => 06:00 / 00:30 (from Orly South Terminal)
First Bus / Last Bus to Orly => 05:35 / 00:00 (from Denfert-Rochereau)
Frequency => 8 to 15 minutes
Average Travel Time => 30 minutes
Frequency: 8 – 15 minutes
In addition to OrlyVal+RER B trains and Tram 7 to Paris there is OrlyBus, a direct bus between Orly Airport and Paris, ending at Denfert Rochereau Place.
From Orly South Terminal OrlyBus tickets can be purchased at vending machines throughout Orly airport terminal and near the bus stop at Door L (“Sortie L” in French, see the map below). The OrlyBus from Orly South Terminal will depart from bus loading bay #3, although it’s good to double check the transportation information screens in case of changes.
The various transport options between Orly Airport and Paris shown below on Orly Airport Transport Information screen including:
- Les Bus Direct (formerly Les Cars Air France) to Montparnasse / Invalides / Champs Elysées for
- OrlyBus to Denfert Rochereau for
- OrlyVal to Antony, then RER B to Châtelet for
- RATP city bus #183 to Porte de Choisy for then another for Metro into central paris
- shuttle bus to Pont de Rungis then RER C to Gare de Austerlitz for (may have increased as of August 2016)
- Tram 7 to Villejuif-Louis Aragon Metro line 7 near Paris, for (Tram) + (Metro)
Some details on where to catch Tram 7 from Orly Airport South Terminal (near Parking 3 garage), OrlyVal train (entrance & ticket office near Sortie/Door K) and OrlyBus from island 3 at the bus station (“Gare routière“).
An Orly Airport bus ticket vending machine is shown below. Note the Orly airport bus price has increased to . Although the particular machine below doesn’t have a slot for accepting Euro cash notes, some Orly bus ticket machines will accept cash notes. Other forms of payment accepted include debit card, Mastercard and Visa. All cards must use chip + PIN technology to be accepted.
- the purple card holder area above the credit card slot / pin pad is for recharging Navigo passes at this train ticket vending machine
- coin slot to the right of credit card slot / pin pad accepts Euro coins, minimum denomination is 5 cents
- the metal roller between the two circular buttons is how you make selections on the screen, rolling up or down to change the highlighted item on the screen
- the left red button cancels or goes back, the green button is an OK button
- collect your train tickets, Euro coin change and receipts from the large central slot below the pin pad
A photo of the “Orlybus” Orly Airport Bus stop in Paris at Denfert Rochereau Metro stop. The Orlybus red logo is visible on the bus stop.
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