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I'm a U.S. citizen with a ticket on Air France from Prague to Washington Dulles on Air France. I change planes at CDG with 1:55 between flights. Is this enough time? My bags will be checked through, but I will have a carry on.
Yes, that is enough time. You just have to go through Schengen Exit passport control and to your departure gate.
I am flying to Nice from CDG on Air France departing at 7:15 am. My Delta flight from the USA arrives at 6:10 am (booking not final yet). Is this enough time to transfer and get luggage etc? My travel agent put this schedule together.
I am traveling on American Airlines from the US and am connecting to an Air France flight to Nice. I will have only carry-on bags. Can I clear customs and change terminals in 2 hours?
That is not realistically enough time.
I have a similar/related question--arrive from US on American (term 2a from CDG website) at 10 am. Taking Air France to Nice (term 2F). If I am already checked in and only have carryon, can I follow the "Flight Connections" signs instead of exiting? Is a 12:45 flight realistic? My friends will be on that flight, but I'll book a later one if the timing is not realistic. Thanks in advance for any advice.
I have a flight from YUL-CDG that arrives at 5:55am and then I have a Easy Jet Flight to Lisbon which departs at 12:50pm. Is that enough time? I have to recheck bags. Is there US immigration checks in Paris?
I plan to take Iceland air from Reykjavik which arrives at Paris at 6:20 am. Then want to connect on Brussels Airline (Paris - Brussels - Mumbai) at 8:45 am. I can't get this in one ticket. If I book separately will it be enough time to collect and re check luggage? Thanks
Considering both airlines are in Terminal 1 (the easiest terminal), I think it's just enough time if the Icelandair flight is on-time.