From 16 March next year, Lufthansa will include Orly airport in Paris in its flight schedule for the first time. In the 2019/20 winter timetable, a Bombardier will take off twice daily from Munich to the French capital. This provides excellent connections to North America, Japan and India in the morning and to Asia and Mexico in the evening.
Flights to Orly complement Lufthansa’s 40 weekly flights between Munich and Paris Charles-de-Gaulle, offering ideal travel connections to the French capital for any purpose and time of day. “Paris is one of the most important destinations in the world for the Lufthansa Group. With Paris-Orly, our guests for the first time have a direct connection from the south of the metropolis to our Munich hub,” said Wilken Bormann, CEO of Hub Munich at Lufthansa.
Orly Airport is located nine kilometres south of Paris and is easy to reach by public transport. Last year, Orly witnessed 33 million passengers.
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