One of two major airports serving Paris, Paris-Orly Airport (ORY) is France's busiest airport measured by domestic traffic and the country's second-busiest airport overall behind Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG). In 2014, about 28.3 million passengers passed through the facility. Paris-Orly has two terminals – Terminal Sud and Terminal Ouest – and three runways. In total, about 35 airlines fly between Paris-Orly and more than 145 destinations across France, elsewhere in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia, North America and the Caribbean. Air France (which uses the airport as a hub), EasyJet and Vueling have the largest market shares at Paris-Orly. Aigle Azur and Transavia.com France also have hubs at Paris-Orly. The airport is located about eight miles south of Paris.