Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG)
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- upon arrival at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport please look for your driver, who will hold a personal waiting sign with your name on it
- if you did not pay in advance for your airport taxi transfer, please pay to the driver with the local currency (Euro)
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The capital of France, Paris, is a charming city attracting European artists and other people from even the Middle Ages. Its romantic atmosphere offers countless monuments, historic buildings, castles, gardens, parks, churches, museums, art galleries, bars and cafés for every kind of visitors. The city is situated on the River Seine, in the heart of the so called „Paris Region”. Spectacular bridges over the river make the city’s atmosphere more amiable.
Transfers2airports.com offers the best rates for low cost airport taxi transfers from Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport to Paris or any other airports and destinations around Paris. Upon arrival at the airport, your driver will wait for you at the meeting point (the meeting point is always specified in your airport transfer voucher). If you need a taxi or airport transfer from the airport, your driver will inform you about the exact pick up time at least 24 hours before the transfer. The distance of Northeast Paris is 25 kilometres (16 miles) from the airport.
Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (IATA: CDG, ICAO: LFPG), also known as Roissy Airport, is a major aviation centre on a world scale, as well as the largest airport in France. CDG serves as a hub for European, Asian, African and Trans-Atlantic flights. It is named after general Charles de Gaulle (1890–1970), who was the leader of the French resistance during WWII and the founder of the French Fifth Republic, as well as the President of France from 1959 to 1969. The airport is the principal hub for Air France. The airport covers a huge area because when founded the government planned further expansions of the airport. Charles de Gaulle Airport – which was named Paris Nord during construction – opened in 1974.
The Airport has three terminals of which Terminal 1 is the oldest one. Terminal 2 was originally constructed only for Air France, but from the beginning it has been widely extended and now also hosts other airlines. The third terminal, T3, serves charter and low-cost airlines. The terminals, the parking places and the railway station are connected with the CDGVAL (started in April, 2007) which is a light-rail shuttle.
The first terminal forms the image of an octopus. The circular central part has the important functions of check-in and baggage claim. The gates are situated in the seven satellites around the central building. These building are linked with the central one with underground walkways.
Terminal 2 has seven terminals: 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, 2E, 2F, and a bit further, 2G. The first six terminals are connected by ground-level or below-ground passageways. Terminal 2E has three halls, signed K, L and M. Terminal 2G can only be reached by a bus service from the other terminals. Terminal 2 has an RER and TGV station, Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 – TGV, below the common area linking halls 2C–2F.
Terminal 2G (opened in 2008) hosts regional Air France flights and its affiliates. This terminal is of eastern direction of all the remaining terminals and can only be reached by shuttle bus. Schengen Area passengers also use Terminal 2G.
Hall L (also called Satellite 3, opened in 2007) serves for large-capacity airliners, particularly the Airbus A380. Terminals 2E and 2F provide the check-in and baggage handling for this satellite.
The recently opened Hall M (Satellite 4) serves as a host long-haul flights. This satellite is able to handle 16 aircraft at the same time, with an expected capacity of 7.8 million passengers per year. When opened in 2012 all Skyteam airlines had to be relocated to terminals 2E (for international carriers), 2F (for Schengen European carriers), and 2G.
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