Situated around fifteen kilometres from Paris, Paris-Orly Airport is France’s second busiest airport after Paris-Charles de Gaulle. Spread across more than 1,500 hectares, this French airport has two terminal buildings, the South and West Terminals, and is able to handle 30 million passengers a year. In 2012, Paris-Orly Airport counted 29 million passengers travelling between 150 destinations. Most flights are to and from Europe, North Africa, in addition to some long haul destinations. The airport has 15,000 car parking spaces as well as bus and coach services. Transfer buses are on hand to help passengers navigate the airport premises. In addition to a large business centre, Paris-Orly Airport has numerous currency exchange points, post offices as well as a variety of shops and restaurant areas.