Orly Airport Tram connects central Paris to Orly airport (ORY) for 2 Metro tickets () in about 39-55 minutes.
- Line: Tram 7
- Departs from: Villejuif-Louis Aragon Metro station
- Direction: Porte de l’Essonne / Athis-Mons
- Stop: Aéroport d’Orly (Orly Airport South Terminal)
- First Tram: 05:30
- Last Tram: 00:30
- Frequency: 8-15 minutes – Full Schedule (PDF download)
- Cost: (2 Metro tickets, 1 for Metro + 1 for Tram)
- Passes: Any 4 zone pass (Navigo, Mobilis, Paris Visite 5-zone)
- Map of Orly Airport Tram 7 (PDF map download)
Paris Orly Airport Tram 7
Orly Airport Tram 7 has been operating between Southeast Paris and ORY Airport since 2013. This article explains how to take Paris Tram 7 between the end of Metro 7 (station Villejuif – Louis Aragon) and Orly Airport South Terminal where Tram 7 stops.
Orly Airport Tram Tickets
Tram 7 requires only a single ticket t+ between Villejuif – Louis Aragon Metro station and Orly Airport South Terminal. Note: You cannot use your validated Metro ticket to transfer onto Tram 7 to get to Orly Airport. You must use a new ticket t+ once you board Tram 7 at Villejuif – Louis Aragon station.
Riding Tram 7 to Orly Airport
Tram 7 travels only in one direction from Villejuif – Louis Aragon station (which is the start of Tram 7) and that’s towards Athis Mons/Porte de l’Essonne. You’ll want to board a Tram reading Athis Mons / Porte de l’Essonne.
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Once you board Tram 7, validate your ticket t+ using the validation machines located near Tram entrance doors and on center hand-hold poles throughout the Tram cars. Remember to keep your Tram ticket with you until you arrive at Orly Airport and exit the Tram otherwise you’re liable for a fine for traveling without a valid fare.
If you’re carrying luggage there will be foldable bench seating on every train car where you can stand with your luggage instead of blocking middle aisle space with your bags.
Travel time from Villejuif – Louis Aragon Metro station to Orly Airport South Terminal takes approximately 39 minutes. If you’re transferring from other Metro lines the ride from Central Paris to Orly could take anywhere from 45 minutes to 1:30 minutes depending on your starting Metro station.
Orly Airport stop will not be the terminus so it is possible to miss the stop for Orly South Terminal.
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