CDG airport

Paris-Charles de Gaulle

CDG airport
Paris-Charles de Gaulle
Since 1945, the year of its foundation, Aéroports de Paris has grown to become one of the three major international airport groups, managing three principal airports in the Paris region: Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Paris-Orly and Paris-Le Bourget. The Group also operates a heliport (Paris-Issy-les- Moulineaux) and ten aerodromes in the Paris area. In 2008, Aéroports de Paris has also signed an alliance with Schiphol Group, which manages the airport of Amsterdam and in 2012 bought 38% of TAV Airports and 41% of TAV Construction, becoming one of the largest groups airports throughout the world.
Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport has four runways and three terminals that can handle up to 80 million passengers. Paris-Charles de Gaulle is the largest airport in France, the second-largest in Europe and the eighth-largest in the world. Inaugurated in 1974 with the opening of its first terminal T1, the airport celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2014. Paris-Charles de Gaulle today operates nine terminals and, with an area of 3,257 hectares, covers the equivalent of one third of the surface area of the city of Paris.
Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport is located 25 km north of Paris and hosts the majority of long-haul and intercontinental flights. Terminal 1 mainly handles Star Alliance member airlines. Terminal 2 handles Air France Airlines and flights by other airlines, members of the Sky Team and the oneworld alliance. The Terminal 3 primarily handles charter flights and budget airlines.

INFORMATION
Management company: Aéroports de Paris Group
Address: 95700 Roissy-en-France - France
Telephone no.: +33 170363950
Website: www.aeroportsdeparis.fr

THECNICAL DATA
IATA Code: CDG
ICAO Code: LFPG
Country Code: FR
 
Flights
Transportation to/from the airport
Train
The Paris-Charles de Gaulle SNCF station is located between terminals 2C-2D and 2E-2F. The station is called "Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 - TGV".
Getting to or leaving Paris-Charles de Gaulle:
Terminals 2A, 2C, 2D, 2E, 2F are accessible via the moving walkways.
For terminals 1 and 3 take the free CDGVAL shuttle train. For terminals 2A, 2C, 2D, 2E, 2F and SNCF station, take the free N1 shuttle. Terminal 2G, is linked to terminal 2F by the free N2 shuttle.

Shuttle bus
The Roissybus shuttle provides a link between the centre of Paris (Opéra station) and Paris-Charles de Gaulle. Stops for Roissybus at Paris-Charles de Gaulle:
Terminals 2A, 2C, 2E-2F, 2D, 3 and 1. The Terminal 2G is linked to terminal 2F by the free N2 shuttle. Journey time: about 45 to 60 minutes.
The 350 bus shuttle provides a link between Paris (gare de l'Est) and Paris-Charles de Gaulle.
The 351 bus provides a link between Paris (Nation) and Paris-Charles de Gaulle
The 19 bus provides a link between Torcy RER and Roissy pôle RER.
Paris-Charles de Gaulle is linked to the Corbeil-Essonnes railway station by the Noctilien night bus line 120, to the La Verrière railway station by line 121, and to the Paris-Gare de l’Est railway station by line 140.

Car
Route: from/to the airport from the city of Paris. Follow E15, A1 for about 25 Km. Journey time approximately 50 minutes. 

Taxi
Paris Taxis cover Paris and 3 bordering departments (Hauts-de-Seine - department 92, Seine-Saint-Denis - department 93, Val-de-Marne - department 94).
Suburban Taxis cover Paris and 4 bordering departments (Essonne - department 91, Val-d'Oise - department 95, Yvelines - department 78, Seine-et-Marne - department 77).
The taxis allowed to take customers are at the exit to the baggage reclaim area of your arrival terminal.

car hire
Companies are directly accessible and offer a wide choice of cars and prices: Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Europcar, Firefly, Hertz, Sixt, Interrent, Alamo, Advantage, Dollar, National, Thrfty and TT Car Transit.
Hotels
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