Big change at Paris-Orly: official opening of the new Orly 3 building

On April 18, 2019, Prime Minister Edouard Philippe and Elisabeth Borne, Minister for Ecological Transition, in charge of Transport, officially opened the new Orly 3 building, which has transformed Paris Orly airport into a single terminal: Paris Orly 1-2-3-4. This is the first concrete step in the “All change at Paris-Orly” transformation project led by Paris Aéroports.
Air France will mainly operate long-haul* flights from this new Orly 3 building, which covers 80,000 m2 on three levels. The new infrastructure provides passengers with more comfortable, spacious and high-quality conditions for check-in, boarding and arrival.



Paris Orly 1-2-3-4: clear and intuitive customer channels

Organised around 4 Departure and Arrival areas, the single terminal Paris Orly 1-2-3-4 provides clearer and faster customer channels. Whether they are departing, have a connection or arriving at Paris-Orly, their itinerary is indicated at each stage on the many information panels and signs (and on their boarding pass for passengers departing from the airport). To reach your check-in area, pick up your baggage or find your connecting flight, just follow the signs.

Have a good trip!

* Some Air France short-haul flights will also be operated from Orly 3. All other flights, including La Navette services, will continue to operate from Orly 1.


  1. “All change”, Google translate of “tout change”, but meaningless in English…

  2. The title did not come from us, but from Air France itself. Do you imply they use Google Translate?

    We’ll change the title anyway, to make it more English.


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