About Paris Orly Airport
Paris Orly Airport (IATA: ORY), often also referred to as Orly Airport, Aéroport de Paris-Orly, or even just Orly, is an international airport located just outside of Paris, France. It's location is actually part in Orly, with the other portion in Villeneuve-le-Roi. Orly airport is Paris's second international airport, with the first and main being Charles de Gaulle Airport. Orly, however, remains the busiest airport in France for domestic traffic, and the second-busiest in all of France for overall passenger traffic, with 2018 seeing Orly handle over 33.12 million passengers.
The airport is the hub for many airlines such as Aigle Azur, French Bee, HOP!, Air France and Transavia France, although there are plenty more airlines which operate from this airport to destinations in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, the Caribbean, North America and Asia (both East and Southeast).
The airport was first opened in 1932 where it was originally known as Villeneuve-Orly Airport. Now, however, the airport has developed into a 4-terminal airport, with future plans to develop this into one, large terminal.