Paris CDG Airport

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3/10

Paris CDG Airport customer review

(Denmark)

Transfering from 2D to 2F on a Sunday mid-morning - fine. Inbound and outbound were both Air France flights. Walked between the two - signposting worked OK for me. Didn't look for transfer bus. Passport queue when going into 2F but I was in "business" line so was quicker than would have been otherwise. Only one immigration booth open though! Business lounge in 2F was full - no seats available. Gloomy place. Flew back into 2E on a Saturday afternoon no queue for immigration - several officials on duty. Walked to 2D - signposting OK. Business lounge far better located at level above main concourse - lighter more relaxing than that in 2F. No shower facilities - having just flown in from Brazil I felt as though I needed one! Lady at desk said that shower facilities only available in 2C lounge. Security through to boarding gate areas - slow could definitely be more efficient/effective. Boarding area concourse crowded - insufficient space for all passengers.
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2/10

Paris CDG Airport customer review

(Netherlands)

Transfer from 2E (arrival from JFK) to gate 2F (departure to AMS) lasted more than 45 minutes only walking & doing safety & customs procedures (20 minutes) excluded! How can both Air France as KLM give me only 60 minutes within their schedules to transfer?
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2/10

Paris CDG Airport customer review

(Switzerland)

Arrival in CDG terminal 1 (star alliance) was okay as we arrived within Schengen area and had no passport control to go through and travelling only with hand luggage. The real problems started on departure. Swissport as the handling agent for Swiss was extremely unfriendly staff a mixture of rudeness and total incompetence. Security executed by another company also could have done a better job with processes that are definitely 3 years behind up-to-date standards. Shops are overpriced and facilities could have been cleaner. All this combined with an outdated airport layout of terminal 1 (nobody's fault) and with recent renovation work done that shows no real positive effect makes this wonderful city of Paris a place to visit rather by train than air especially when you travel within Europe.
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2/10

Paris CDG Airport customer review

(United Kingdom)

Arrived at 2C and departed 2B the next day. Immigration was OK but had to wait 45 minutes for bags at 8pm. Shuttle to an extremely expensive Airport Hotel was OK as was the return. 2B is a dreadful terminal with uncomfortable seating an incomprehensible sound system and toilets your couldn't get your luggage trolley into. In Departures Duty Free seemed OK on selection and price but the restaurants/bars were very basic and quite expensive. The Gate Areas weren't air conditioned (or it wasn't working) and although it wasn't a particularly warm day the atmosphere was stifling and very uncomfortable. Not a good experience - it's been a few years since I've been through CDG and hopefully it'll be at least that long again before I have to use the place.
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4/10

Paris CDG Airport customer review

(Canada)

Arrived at terminal 2F departing from the same terminal. We unloaded and had to go through security again to get to the departures concourse - strange. Security was very slow. Terminal airside with lots of room but not enough bathrooms were available. Food limited and was very expensive. On the return we had to change terminals from 2C to 2F. Our bags were checked through and bus transfer was quick and easy. Security this time was much faster at terminal 2F. This time the Friday morning was busy and huge lines of people at gates took up all the walking space in the terminal which I thought would burst with all the people! Staff were fine but didn't go out of their way to make anyone feel welcome. I think if you're connecting on Air France the key airline at CDG you are fine as they seem to rule this airport!
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3/10

Paris CDG Airport customer review

(United States)

Arriving in Paris was easier then departing. Terminal 2A is hard to maneuver through Finding the American Airlines Ticket counter was hard. I was a wheel chair passenger so getting through the lines was easier then having to walk through them my partner was walking behind us. Getting through customs was easier then I thought. The distance to the gates is very long. All the gate area's are closed till 1 hour before boarding. I was taken by the American Airlines Admirals club so I was able to do a little last minute shopping. The airport seemed clean but very congested. The gate areas seemed very old and outdated.
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1/10

Paris CDG Airport customer review

(Netherlands)

Having seen many airports big and small this is definitely the worst. To be avoided at all costs. It's dirty chaotic terribly inefficient with the longest queues I've been in toilets are hard to find and often cleaned simultaneously (so you can't "go" anywhere for a while) interesting shops/eateries/bars are either rare or absent airport staff and store employees are unfriendly. PA announcements are in French and English but the English version is often incomprehensible. On the upside baggage handling seems relatively efficient. Probably the best thing about this airport is leaving to never ever return.
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1/10

Paris CDG Airport customer review

(Canada)

CDG airport takes the lead in Europe with respect to its total indifference to passengers. Connections between terminals are simply a nightmare for passengers with short transfers disabled people parents with children aged people. Current practice: you are supposed to arrive terminal 2F but for some obscure reason you arrive terminal 2E then are asked to use a narrow metallic staircase at the extremity of the gateway then take a bus that following a maze-course will drop you at terminal 2D. From where if you have a connection you may have to return to 2E on foot (shuttle buses might have a quite low frequency between terminals !) or even worse use another bus to reach an obscure terminal 2G right in the middle of nowhere.
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4/10

Paris CDG Airport customer review

(Japan)

Connecting was rather difficult as there is lots of walking but unlike other posts I found the signs to be adequate in getting you in the right place and they have machines stationed all over that you scan your boarding pass and it tells you what terminal you are supposed to get to. Security lines understaffed and long. If you're a business class passenger you can get through them fairly quickly with preference. The food was overpriced inside the terminals inter-Europe flight gates in 2F were crowded and many via bus gates and toilets are downstairs and hard to find. When I left directly from Paris I found terminal 2E nice. It was crowded and check-in lines were long but through security the terminal was large airy and had enough shops and eating options to occupy time until departure.
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