Paris de Gaulle (CDG) AIRPORT TERMINAL CONNECTIONS DISCUSSION FORUM

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Hi,We come from LHR 12.05pm and flying to Corsica 12.05pm, just wondering if we have enough time (2hr) to make a transfer from terminal 2E and get to 2G?
I have a 1 hour connection time from a flight from Vienna, (Terminal 2A), then connecting to Delta flight to Cincinnati (Terminal 2B).
Coming from Chicago to paris and then to Chennai. Want transit terminal transfer map & other details.
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.
Hi, All :) - arriving at CDG on XL Airlines at Terminal 2A from the US at 4:40pm - connecting on a SEPARATE EasyJet flight to Milan at 7:25pm in Terminal 2D. Is this enough time (2 1/2 hours) to move between terminals, clear customs, pick up baggage (etc.) and check in for the 2nd flight?
That's barely enough time if everything goes perfectly.
Thanks so much for your quick response :)
I thought that might be too tight a transfer window and have opted for a later connecting flight.
Cheers, Zap - greatly appreciated!
We are arriving at CDG, Terminal I, from ATL at 10:45a. We need to transfer from Terminal I to 2G for a 12:45p flight to Ljubljana. Will this allow enough time to transfer terminals? Is there a passport and customs check between the two? Thank you!
I is the terminal you depart from Atlanta. Both of your flights will be in Terminal 2. You should have enough time.
I will be arriving at Terminal 3 from Norway and will be connecting to Terminal 2F for an Air France flight to Milan . Will I have to clear passport control ? How do I get from Terminal 3 to Terminal 2F?
there is no passport control in terminal 3 about a 10 min walk to train then you will have to check in at terminal 2. But since Norway is in Schengen you wont have any problems aside from the time to check in and go through passport control to reach your gate. So that a ticketing check in and baggage drop and a passport check to reach your gate. I would guess an hour would be the fastest you can get to 2f
We're arriving CDG from Detroit with a connecting flight to Moscow (SVO). From what I can gather the flight arrives in Terminal 2E and departs from 2E to Moscow. Is there any customs check we have to go through?
I'll be arriving at Terminal 1 at 7:05am on a Saturday on Thai Airways (from Bangkok) and departing from Terminal 2A on Air Canada (to Montreal) at 11am on the same day. The flights are on different itineraries, but I will be able to check-in via mobile for the Air Canada flight. I won't have any checked-in luggage, just carry -on. Will I be allowed to do an airside transfer, or do I need to do a landside transfer? If I have to do a landside transfer, do you reckon I'll have enough time (assuming the Thai Airways flight is not delayed)?
There are no airside transfers from T1 to any other terminals. You will have to clear passport control and take the CDGVAL to Terminal 2. You should have enough time.
Thanks ZAP. Here's hoping that no flights are delayed.
We land at CDG at 1pm on a Saturday (from JFK) and I need to book a separate flight to Nice. How long should I allow to clear immigration so I can book the next flight with enough time to check in? Thank you!
What airlines? Probably 3-4 hours at least. Maybe just take the TGV to Nice from the airport.
Flying in on XL Airways and leaving either Air France or Easy jet. Only have limited time so prefernto fly not take the train.