CARS AIR FRANCE becomes LE BUS DIRECT Paris Aéroport
On 19 March 2019 Paris-Orly Airport is getting an upgrade so that it can better accommodate increased numbers of customers. There will no longer be a South and West terminal at the airport. Instead it will become a single terminal known as Orly 1, 2, 3, 4, named after the various departure and arrival areas.
Le Bus Direct will also make some small changes. Orly West will become Orly 1, 2, 3 and Orly Sud will become Orly 4.
These new names are now included on the tickets (line 1 or line 3).
Also, tickets with the old stops (Orly West and Orly South) that are not dated remain valid for one year from the date of purchase.
Use the diagram below to see where the different gates are located in the new single terminal and how to get to the area shown on your boarding pass from our stop.
There will be a large number of self-service check-in terminals, a larger security area so that customers can reach their gates faster and a new, more efficient baggage sorting system. All of this will mean huge time-savings.
Easily find your boarding gate:
Airlines: Air-France, Alitalia, Airmalta, Chalair Aviation, Iberia, TAP Portugal, Vueling and Twin Jet
Airlines: Air Europa and Easy Jet
Airlines: Air France, Air Corsica, level, Bacityflyer, Transavia, Pegasus Airlines
Airlines: Corsair, Rossiya, Royal air Maroc, Tusnisair, Air Algérie, Aigle Azur, Norwegian, Flybe, Frenchbee, Air Caraïbes, Tui fly
Together, we all adapt to the single terminal.
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