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  • Air France
    Jun 18, 2012
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    What terminal does Air France use for flights from Los Angeles

     

    Air France arrival at CDG is at Satellite Terminal 2E. For more terminal information & how to get arround open www.ifly.com/cdg and click on QUICK LINKS's "Terminal Map", scroll down to detailed text.

     

  • Baggage
    Jun 16, 2012
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    If i go from Term 2G to Term 2E I should not have to retrieve my baggage. I was told I had to. This makes no sense. Is this true??? The bags should be booked straight through from Florence, Italy to Boston, USA. All I have to do is contend with French customs. Am I correct?? Thank you

     

    You arrive at Terminal 2's satellite building 2G and depart from satellite building 2E. T2 has satellites 2B, 2D & 2F on one side of the driveway and 2A, 2C & 2E on the opposite side. Satellite 2G of Terminal 2 is further away; a shuttle bus runs between 2E and 2G. However, if you are a non-Schengen (countries not part of the Schengen agreement) arrival, you need to go through immigration /customs clearance involving picking up bags & re-checking them in, before continuing to your connecting flight. Also, as an international arrival (incl. US citizens) in Boston, you will need to do the same.

     

  • Connecting between Terminal 2D and 2E
    Jun 14, 2012
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    Tomorrow I will be arriving at Terminal 2D and departing from Terminal 2E. Will 1 hr 25 minutes be enough time?

     

    At CDG, you need to go through non-Schengen (international arrivals) customs clearance - this can take up to 50 mins, depending on the line in front of you and will involve your picking up your bag and re-checking it in after control. Terminal 2E has on the departures level access to gates L21-L53 and K21-K54; Terminal 2F has gates F24-56. Thereafter you need to take the shuttle bus, as 2E & 2D are on opposite sides. Your time is tight but you should be able to make it. A shuttle bus connects 2C & 2G, as well as 2E & 2G.

     

  • GETTING FROM ONE TERMNAL TO ANOTHER
    Jun 14, 2012
    1
    HOW DO YOU GET FROM 2F TO 2E AND HOW FAR A WALK.? WILL I NEED TRANSPORTATION BECAUSE OF A BAD HIP? MERCI

     

    At CDG, if you are an international arrival, you need to go through non-Schengen (international arrivals) customs clearance - this can take up to 50 mins, depending on the line in front of you and will involve your picking up your bag and re-checking it in after control. Terminal 2E has on the departures level access to gates L21-L53 and K21-K54; Terminal 2F has gates F24-56. As both E & F terminals are at opposite sides, you need to take the light-rail shuttle, the "CDGVAL" - follow signs.

     

  • Cafe at 2E
    Jun 14, 2012
    1
    Can anyone help me with naming a cafe or bar at Terminal 2E to meet a fellow traveller?

     

    At CDG, I have no "Restaurant" listing, only "Stores" - however, there are two "Market Place" listings - don't know if that is food or store.

     

  • Transfer between terminals
    Jun 11, 2012
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    About how far and how long to go from 2E to 2D

     

    At CDG - Terminal 2 satellites 2A through 2F are close to each other and 2G is 2.5 km from 2F, necessitating a bus transfer.

     

  • Change terminals
    Jun 8, 2012
    3
    I think I screwed up in last post. I arrive in Term 2G. I have to get to Term.2E. to get the connecting flight to Boston. I have 1hr and 25min. Is this enough time to get through French security? ...Thanks

     

    This is Terminal 2's layout at CDG: T2 has satellites 2B, 2D & 2F on one side of the driveway and 2A, 2C & 2E on the opposite side. Satellite 2G of Terminal 2 is further away; a shuttle bus runs between 2C & 2G and between 2E and 2G. As an international arrival at CDG you need to go through their immigration/customs process before moving on to 2E. You should have enough time for transfer.

     

    Thanks. I have been hearing horror stories about the French security

     

    And their attitude.

     

  • Term 2G to Term 2E
    Jun 7, 2012
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    We will be coming from Florence Italy into Term 2G we will depart 1hour and 25 min. later to Boston from Term 2G. Is that enough time to clear customs and get to Term 2G???? Thank you

     

    At CDG, you have enough time to transfer as arrivals & departures are in the same Terminal. At Boston, you need to go through passport control, pick up bags, & go through customs clearance before heading for the terminal exit.

     

  • Changing Terminals at CDG
    Jun 2, 2012
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    What is the fastest way to get from Terminal 2e to 2F? The last time I was at CDG, you had to walk outside on a sidewalk with your luggage to change terminals. Has it improved?

     

    At de Gaulle Airport, Terminal 2E has gates L21-L53 and K21-K54; Terminal 2F has gates F24-56. Terminals E & F are on opposite sides of the driveway - a shuttle bus outside runs between them. (this may be the faster way, though you need to go through security check again). The light-rail shuttle called CDGVAL makes its round among all terminals & parking areas.

     

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