A New Look for Paris-Orly Airport

Paris-Orly Airport

Passengers traveling through Paris-Orly Sud will appreciate the airport’s recent enhancements. In the public areas, the old armchairs were ripped out, and elegant new leather sofas and chairs installed to make the passenger experience more agreeable. With a splash of color, the waiting lounges are brighter and more comfortable. But that’s not all. While passengers wait for their suitcases to arrive at Baggage Claim, they can check their email at an Internet work station, watch the news on one of the television monitors, grab a healthy snack from one of the vending machines, while charging their laptops and cell phones.

Hall B is also being refurbished, making way for a slew of exciting new boutiques expected to open in 2012. The first to debut was the “Air de Paris” shop, marked by the grand Eiffel Tower at its entrance. The new concept store offers all kinds of delightful souvenirs and gifs—from clothes to gadgets and gourmet goods—arranged in a space that represents Paris street scenes.  

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