|Quoting Jsnww81 (Reply 2):|
Orly Ouest (West Terminal) is much larger but is used almost exclusively by Air France. One wing of the terminal is for the "La Navette" domestic shuttles to Marseilles, Nice, Bordeaux, etc., while the other wing handles long-haul flights to French Overseas Departments like Mayotte, La Reunion, Guadeloupe and Cayenne. Although these get 747 and 777 service, they're effectively considered domestic flights.
|Quoting JGPH1A (Reply 1):|
ORY is primarily domestic, with some North African carriers thrown in - some business routes to European destinations in Spain and Portugal go from ORY too eg. MAD, LIS, BCN etc.
|Quoting Jsnww81 (Reply 4):|
Does Air France no longer serve Mayotte from Orly? I know they operated on the route a few years back.
|Quoting N1120A (Reply 7):|
Most Middle Eastern carriers go there as well. So does Cubana last I checked.
|Quoting FlySSC (Reply 8):|
Mayotte was, indeed, served by Air France but from CDG until the mid-90's.
In the 80's, Mayotte was served by an AF A300B4 ! the flight was routing CDG-NCE-AUH-JED-YVA
|Quoting JGPH1A (Reply 10):|
YVA is Moroni, in the Comores, which is an independent country. Mayotte is a French TOM, served through Dzaoudzi (DZA) - as far as I know there has never been service from France to DZA - you have to fly through RUN or NBO.
|Quoting AOMlover (Reply 6):|
Orly is really a nice airport. Not too long ago, it got some pretty interesting traffic, especially when AOM and Air Liberté were still around.