Paris de Gaulle (CDG) AIRPORT TERMINAL CONNECTIONS DISCUSSION FORUM
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We arrive at 8:05am on Air France, Terminal 2E. We will need to collect luggage, go through customs and then check in with EasyJet, Terminal 2D. How long should we allow for that? Is 2 hours enough time?
From Hall K: It's a two floors bldg. I need to take "Yellow Rote " bus. Do I need to go down by escalator and go outside, what is the exit No or it's just one exit? Is the exit on the same level? From Hall L: It's one floor bldg.? are there 2 exits or one to go outside for "Yellow Route" bus? From Hall M: Same question as for hall L, to catch "Red Route" bus. Option: To go to 2F and than by "Orange Route" bus without security and passport control? Tks
Arriving from JFK 8am terminal 2E, leaving for Venice 9:35am terminal 2F. Is that enough time to get between terminals including passport check? Flight is on a Wed late November. Both flights Air France on same ticket, luggage checked through.
Yes, that should be enough time if everything goes smoothly.
Does anyone have suggestions or info on the most efficient/quickest way to get from 2E to 2F? I don't know which hall we'll be landing in, but since it's a flight from NYC I assume the farthest one. Of course we want to do everything we can to make things go smoothly. Thanks
I am arriving from Los Angeles in Terminal 2E and connecting to Terminal 2F to Budapest. I have 1 hour and 10 minutes if the flight arrives on time. Is this enough time? Is Air France good at rebooking passengers if flights are delayed? Thank you.
That should be just enough time. CDG T2 is sort of a zoo during the summer, so be prepared.
Thank you for your prompt reply. I am hyperventilating at the thought of the transfer.