✅ Trip Verified
| Suggest to avoid this airport if at all possible. The signage is very poor. There are no signs indicating where the airline boarding stations/baggage checks are located. There is no one around to assist. If you manage to find an employee, they do not speak English. If you attempt to speak French they apparently do not understand. The elevators are unmarked as well, most are broken. The moving walkways go down the incline so fast my luggage and me both went tumbling, still people stepped on me to get by. I injured my knee when I fell. Had to go down another flight of stairs with all luggage, still looking for airline stations. Finally a person said, “hall 5.” Unfortunately Hall 5 is not marked near the entrance at all. I found it when I saw stalls marked 5 A, 5B. The airline sign is not visible until you’re directly in front of it. My carry-on was not overweight but they insisted on opening it because it contained a CPAP machine. They dumped contents everywhere in front of check in counter. Asked for wheelchair, “No, you miss flight!” (1 hr 45 left). Then it is three flights of stairs (no elevator) up, now with torn up knee, hauling carryon to get to gate 1/4 mi away. At security my bag is again flagged, he looks for at least 30 seconds at every item in my bag, even each Qtip and rubberband to inspect. Took 18 minutes, almost late for flight. My daughter starts to film inspection. They call the Norwegian manager — why? He says nothing he can do, this is a Customs Inspection. Customs? I’m leaving France! Bag given back with items in a big pile. They make her delete video. Finally get on plane. Charles De Gaulle — never ever ever again!