Complete Guide On How To Transfer From Charles de Gaulle To Orly Airport
Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport, named after the leader of the Free French Forces during WWII and former President of France, is the second busiest airport in Europe. During the 2018, through CDG have passed more than 72 million passengers traveling on 480 thousand flights. It is located mainly in Roissy-en-France suburban commune 23 kilometers northeast of Paris. Sprawling over 32 square kilometers it spans over three departments and six communes. CDG airport is France’s main air traffic hub for international flights. It is the principal hub of French national airline company, Air France. It service all international flights connecting Paris with European capitals, and major cities of the Americas, Asia and Africa. It has three terminals, 1 through 3, with Terminal 2 also having 7 sub-terminals 2A to 2G.
Paris Orly is the second busiest airport in France, servicing more than 33 million passengers in 2018. It is located mostly in the commune of Orly, some 13 kilometers south of Paris. Covering half of Charles de Gaulle’s area, Orly spans over two departments and seven communes.
With the majority of international air traffic using CDG airport, Orly is the main hub for domestic flights in France. If your final destination of international flights in France is not Paris, you will most likely need to catch the connecting flight from Orly after arriving at CDG airport. But how to get from Charles de Gaulle airport to Orly airport in most convenient and timely manner?
Private Taxi from Charles de Gaulle To Orly
The most convenient way to transfer between the Charles de Gaulle to Orly is by hiring a private taxi. First and foremost advantage over other modes of transport are timely and reliable scheduled pick ups at CDG and predictable and quickest arrivals at Orly. T2 Transfer is the leading taxi and shuttle transfer service provider and provides private taxi transfers from and to Charles de Gaull, Orly airports, Paris City centre, Disneyland and many other popular and indemand locations around Paris.
T2 Transfer has a fleet of variously sized brand new luxury vehicles which can satisfy you every need related to number of passengers and amount of luggage. If you are traveling with a child, either toddler or infant, appropriate number of booster or baby seats will be provided free of charge. Your trip between CDG and Orly will last 40-50 minutes, depending on traffic conditions. Time you will spend with polite and professional, fully licenced driver capable of conversing in both French and English, but also very knowledgeable of Paris and its environs and able to answer any questions you might have about the city. For booking and any information and help, T2 Transfer is operating 24/7 customer services.
Taxi Fare from Charles de Gaulle to Orly:
Fare for 1 to 3 passengers is € 80.
Fare for 1 to 4 passengers is € 85.
Fare for 1 to 5 passengers is € 90.
Fare for 1 to 6 passengers is € 95.
Fare for 1 to 7 passengers is € 100.
Fare for 1 to 8 passengers is € 100.
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Transferring by train from CDG to Orly is the most complicated and the least convenient way to travel. First you need to reach the TGV train station near the Terminal 2, which is shared by TGV and RER trains. Depending on your arriving terminal this is a 10-20 minutes walk. You should embark on the RER B line and disembark from it at Saint-Michel Notre-Dame station, where you should switch to RER C line train heading for Orly. RER B line trains depart from 0505 till 2136 on every 10-20 minutes every day. While RER C line trains run between 0510 and 2340 every 30 minutes.
- Duration: 70-100 minutes
- Cost: Single tickets start at €15
Bus Transfer from Charles de Gaulle Airport To Orly Airport
It is possible to catch a direct Le Bus Direct shuttle bus transfer from Charles de Gaull to Orly Airport. First daily departure from CDG is at 0610 from 2E/2F terminal at CDG, and the final departure of the day is at 2150. The service runs seven days a week, with regular departures 25-45 minutes depending on the time of the day, with morning departures being more often than in the afternoon and evening. Departures are CDG Terminals 1, 2A/2C and 2E/2F, and due to lack of service at the Terminal 3, it might be a bit cumbersome for a weary traveler to use their services due to the confusing layout of the CDG airport and terminals’ locations.
- Duration: 70-90 minutes (depending on departure and arrival terminal)
- Cost: Adult single tickets €22, Child (4-11 years) single tickets €13, Infants (0-3 years) free of charge