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Orly Airport is located near Paris and is one of the busiest airports in France. The airport handles domestic and international air traffic. The airport is located partially in Orly and partially in Villeneuve-le-Roi.

Orly, France

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Orly Airport is located near Paris and is one of the busiest airports in France. The airport handles domestic and international air traffic. The airport is located partially in Orly and partially in Villeneuve-le-Roi.

Address

94390 Orly, France

Phone

+33 3950

Terminals

There are two terminals at Orly Airport. Staff at the terminal center are very helpful and procedures are fast and efficient. The area inside the terminal is clean and offers open and bright surroundings for travellers to relax after a journey. 

Prayer Facilities

There is insufficient information about prayer rooms and mosque facilities at Orly Airport for Muslim ladies and gentlemen.

Halal Food

Plenty of food courts are available at Orly Airport, giving passengers several options such as restaurants, cafes and fast-food outlets. It is recommended that Muslim travellers inquire about the Halal status of food prior to dining.

Transport

Transport is not a problem here. Numerous transport options are available at Orly Airport at affordable prices. Travelers may easily get into a bus or simply pick-up a car or taxi which can be taken from the area. Taxis are cheap and common method of transport.

Shopping

There are numerous duty-free shops at Orly Airport to buy goods. Passengers may purchase the best perfumes and cosmetics, chocolates, jewelry, bags, fashion items, sweets, eyeglasses, sun glasses and soft toys. There are various shops including superstores, gift and crafts shops as well as clothing shops. 

Amenities

Plenty of facilities are available within the Orly Airport  including meeting facilities, wheelchair services, staff assistance, ATMs and telephones, luggage facilities, post offices, banks, etc. 
 

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