Buses to and from Paris Orly Airport (ORY)

Whether you are traveling during the day or at night, there are many buses available from Paris Orly Airport. The bus services are the most economical means of transportation available. Buses include the Orly Bus, Jetbus, Paris City Bus and Air France Bus.

The Orly Bus

The Orly Bus (RATP operated) travels between Paris Orly Airport and the métro/RER station at Denfert-Rochereau (14e arondissement). Passengers can make use of this bus service from the South or West Terminals of the airport. A bus departs from the airport every 5 – 20 minutes, between the hours of 5:35am and 11:30pm. Traveling time to the métro station is approximately 30 minutes. During the trip to Denfert-Rochereau, the Orly Bus stops at Jordan Tombe Issoire, Parc Montsouris and Alésia – René Coty. When traveling back to the airport, the stops include Dareau-Saint-Jacques and Porte de Gentilly.

The Jetbus

From Paris Orly Airport, the Jetbus travels to the Villejuif-Louis Aragon métro station (Line 7). Jetbus’ depart from the airport every 15 minutes. It will take approximately 15 minutes to reach this metro station.

Paris City Bus

Paris City Buses can be accessed from the South Terminal of the airport (Orly Sud). There are three buses, number 183, number 285 and Noctilien, which service various locations. From the airport, bus number 183 travels to 13e arondissement, which is the Porte de Choisy métro station. Bus number 285 travels to the Villejuif-Louis Aragon station, just south of Paris.

Nightly travels are serviced by the Noctilien, which operates from 12:30 to 5:30am. This bus is available 7 days a week and makes use of Line N31. The Noctilien travels from Orly Airport to the Gare de Lyon bus station (12e arondissement). From here, one can continue to the stations of Gare Montparnasse, Gare St-Lazare and Gare de l’Est.

Air France Bus

The Air France Buses are available from both airport terminals. At Orly Ouest, the Air France Buses are found at exit door D on the Arrivals Level, and in Orly Sud, at exit door K. It’s main destinations are Invalides and Gare Montparnasse, but if requested, the buses can stop at the Porte d’Orléans or Duroc métro stations. Passengers can make use of these buses from 6:00am to 11:00pm. Buses leave the airport every 15 minutes.

Orly Airport is also connected to the Paris Charles de Gaulle International Airport via the Air France Buses. The trip will take approximately 50 minutes, and buses are available every 30 minutes, at the same airport locations as mentioned above.

The Air France bus offers a 15% discount on their fares for groups of 4 or more people.

Bus fares are determined by the amount of zones that the bus will travel through. Fares can be purchased individually or one can make use of certain passes. The Orly Bus and Paris City Buses accept the Paris Viste pass (1, 2, 3 or 5 days), the weekly or monthly Carte Orange and the Imagine R, which is for weekdays only, on a yearly basis.