RWY 24 at Paris-Orly is a runway sustaining precision approaches. There is an aiming point and five touchdown zone markings.
Orly RWY 24, source: Google Maps
Aiming the visual aiming point, or following the ILS/PAPI glideslope should bring the aircraft on the runway before the aiming point.
Why five touchdown zone markings, in particular the three after the aiming point?
Related, but not duplicates:
- What are runway Aiming Point markers used for?
- What determines the touchdown zone and aiming point markings on a runway?
From the answer: "Touchdown zone marking" doesn't refer to a marking that would indicate a touchdown zone, which would imply multiple touchdown zones. Instead it refers to all markings in the single touchdown zone, including the aiming point markings.