Paris de Gaulle (CDG) AIRPORT TERMINAL CONNECTIONS DISCUSSION FORUM

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Hi we are travelling on a through-ticket from Ncle-Cdg-Mumbai my question is we land in T2E and take of from T2E but from Gate 44 zone M does anyone know is this all on the same level, plus how long this will take us to reach this gate and can it be done on foot.
Thanks
Good Day,

My parents are arriving into Terminal 2A and we are flying into Terminal 2F at Charles DeGaulle. What is the easiest meeting point for us to regroup at?

Thank you for your help.

Roberta
Hello, we (2 US citizens) have a 2 hour layover at CDG -- separate tickets. We arrive from the US on a flight at 7:45 AM Tuesday - terminal 2F. Our next flight is to Seville, Span from Terminal 3, leaving at 9:45. We will not be checking any bags. Should I cancel and rebook (for a cost) or risk it?
I am thinking of booking an Air France flight from Tel aviv to EWR with 1 hour and 10 minutes layover in CDG and I would like to inquire with if this enough time to make it to the connection flight.
That should be just enough time if everything goes smoothly.
US citizen returning home from Rome with checked bags. Flying Alitalia from FCO to CDG arriving Paris at 5:00, then transferring to Norwegian for a 6:20 to Boston. What is our process in Paris? Is an hour and twenty minutes enough time? The two flights are booked on separate reservations.
That is absolutely not enough time.
What is the process that I will go through in Paris? How much time do I need?
You have to claim your bags in Terminal 2, take the CDGVAL to Terminal 1, re-check them with Norwegian, then go through Schengen Exit Passport Control and Security. You need at least 3 hours.
Thanks for your comment
To your knowledge does it require a terminal change?
Arriving from BLR India to CDG by AirFrance and then to SEA by Delta. Is 2 hours enough for the connection? Does it require a terminal change? Indian Citizen. Do I have to go through Security and Passport Control? Will the bags be checked through to SEA or do we need to claim it in CDG?
is there time to make the flight
how do we make the connection?
This is an extremely simple connection -- no security or passports. Basically you just go up from the arrival level to the departure level at 2F, following the signs for correspondance 2F and your new gate number. 10 mins max. So no issue if your inbound is on time. I am assuming this is on a single ticket.
Hello.
My wife and I has a trip that has a connection in CDG. Our flights are SFO-CDG via UA and CDG-MUC via LH. I do believe both flights are at Terminal 1. Will 1.5 hours be enough?
Yes, that should be enough time. Terminal 1 is pretty simple.
I am arriving on Delta on 11/12. Flight is supposed to arrive 8:15 am. I believe at Terminal 2E. We have checked bags. I then I have a connection on EasyJet at 11:45 to Catania at 2D.

Are the directions easy to get luggage (do I have to clear European customs) and then recheck them on EasyJet?
It's not too hard, just follow signs to the check in hall after you claim your bags after going through Schengen Entry passport control. You should have enough time.
Thank you for your help.
Hi we are US citizens flying from Italy to CDG, then to the US. We only have a one hour lay over in CDG. And we are planning to check a bag. Hoping you could help with a few questions! We are taking Delta 8534 flight operated by CITYJET As AF 1103 into CDG and leaving on DELTA 229. Is an hour long enough? Is there a "best way" to get from our incoming terminal to our outgoing terminal? Do we go though passport control only? Would our bag be checked through, or do we need to recheck it/go through security again?
You will arrive at terminal 2G and depart from one of the 3 separate concourses, K, L, M, at terminal 2E. Upon arrival follow the sign for Correspondances and pass through passport control. Determine your concourse and gate from the departure board. Take the corresponding transfer bus to your concourse. Busses are colour coded: K=yellow (jaune); L= grey (gris); M= Red (rouge). You will enter directly into the departure area of your concourse with no further security check (except maybe at the gate ). Your baggage should be checked through from Turin to your final destination. 60 minutes should be okay if 1103 is on time but do not dawdle. I am assuming that the 2 sectors are booked as a single reservation;one hour would not be enough time with separate tickets as you would not be protected in case of delay.