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How to get to Paris Orly 4 Airport
Since March 19th, 2019, Orly Sud airport has been renamed Orly 4 airport
- From Paris, take the ring road towards Porte d'Italie or Porte d'Orléans.
- At one of them, leave the ring road and follow the A6b/E15/E50 towards Orly/Rungis/Bordeaux/Nantes/Lyon.
- Continue on the A106, following the sign for Orly/Lyon/Evry.
- Finally, leave the motorway and take the N7 following the sign for “Aérogare 4".
There is plenty of parking space available at the airport; we suggest you find out about the current rates.
For people in wheelchairs, Orly Airport has installed a drop-off point in front of the Orly 4 Terminal Building; the allocated drop-off time is 10 minutes free.
- The drop-off is moved to the parking P4 and it is renamed "depose minute 4".
- The first 10 minutes of parking are free.
- Beyond this period, a special rate (higher rate than classic car parks) and conditions of this car park shall apply.
For more information, please visit the airports of Paris website.
By public transport
You can get to the airport by various modes of transport :
- RER B: get off at Anthony station (trains run every 4 to 8 minutes), and then take the Orlyval bus connection for the airport.
- Tramway line T7 from Villejuif Louis Aragon station. About 45 mn to go to "Aeroport d'Orly" station.
by BUS, there are several coach companies serving the airport:
- Orlybus, departing from Place Denfert-Rochereau in Paris, goes to Orly 4 and Orly 1, 2 and 3.
- Jetbus, departing from Villejuif Louis Aragon metro station (line 7).
- RATP [Paris transport network] has two bus lines, the 292 from Savigny-sur-Orge, and the 285 from Juvisy-sur-Orge station.
Corsair desk at Orly Airport
The Corsair desk in Orly 4 is in gate 42D.
if your reservation is confirmed and you have a valid electronic ticket, you do not need to go to the Corsair sales desk: you can go directly to the check-in zone
How to get to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport from Orly
(for partner or transit companies only)
- Take the A86 towards Créteil/A4 towards Lille/A3/A1 towards Charles-de-Gaulle Airport.
By public transport
- Take Orlyval to Antony and then RER B to Roissy - Charles-de-Gaulle Airport.
Note : from Charles-de-Gaulle to Orly (for partner or transit companies only) : go the same way in reverse by taking RER B to Antony and then take Orlyval.
How to get to JFK Airport ?
John F. Kennedy International airport, referred to as JFK, is located in Jamaica, Queens, about 15 miles (23 km) from Lower Manhattan.
JFK is NY’s largest airport. It’s also the busiest international air passenger airport in the United States. John F. Kennedy International airport is managed by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, just like Newark and LaGuardia airports.
How to get there?
Corsair lands at JFK - terminal 1. The terminal building has 4 levels.
New York offers a wide array of transportation means between the metropolitan area and JFK airport: yellow cabs, private drivers, car rental, train, Airtrain, bus, subway.
The official yellow cabs (from the New York City Taxi & Limousine Commission) are required to offer a single fare of $52 (excluding tolls and gratuity) to get you to Manhattan. One fare pays for all passengers. Four passengers maximum limit per cab.
Tipping is customary. If you are satisfied with the service, you would be expected to tip an amount of 15-20% of the total fare.
Allow about 40 minutes to reach Manhattan during off-peak hours and at least 1 hour and 20 minutes during rush hour (6am-9am and 4pm-5pm) on weekdays.
Safety tip: ignore sollicitation from any unofficial transportator in the terminal. Rely on official means of transportation only, including NYC yellow cabs. Taxi stands are located outside each terminal.
The AirTrain allows you to reach Manhattan easily with a connection to the MTA network (New York’s subway and buses) and to the Long Island Rail Road. The AirTrain operates 24/7.
- Airtrain at JFK Airport
The AirTrain makes various stops within John F. Kennedy International Airport: parking lots, terminals, car rental areas and hotel shuttle areas. The Airtrain is free of charge within the airport area.
Outside the airport area, the AirTrain allows connections to NYC’s public transportation network (MTA) at Jamaica (E, J or Z lines) and Howard Beach (A line) stations.
In this case, the fee is $5. From Jamaica or Howard Beach station, allow a travel time between 50mn and 1h30 to reach Manhattan.
Combine a JFK AirTrain & a LIRR (Long Island Rail Road) for the shortest travel option to Manhattan.
Please find more information about the JFK AirTrain here.
Public transportation will be your best choice if you’re looking for the most economical option to reach downtown Manhattan.
The AirTrain and subway fares are separate.
The subway fares are $2.75.
Get off at Jamaica station instead of Howard Beach if you want to save time on your journey to Manhattan. Allow for a travel time of about 1h15.
Terminal 1 has 11 gates (from 1 to 11) and the building is composed by: Arrivals Level, Mezzanine, Departures Level, Concourse Level.
- Arrivals Level: Has the following services and amenities: Baggage Claim, Customs, Restrooms, U.S. Immigration Control, Ground Transportation Information Point, ATMs, Currency Exchange Service, Hotel/Hostel/Motel Courtesy Phone. Wi-Fi is accessible through all the terminal. Ground Transportation available: Car rental, AirTrain Station, Bus Stops, Taxis, Parking.
- Mezzanine Level: There are located the Airline Clubs.
- Departure Level: There are the Check-in desks.
- Concourse Level: There is the security check-point, the Airline Clubs and the boarding gates from 1 to 11.
Location: John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), Queens, NY 11430, USA