What to do between two planes around Paris-Roissy CDG airport?

You have a few hours before your next flight? Rather than waiting at the airport, choose an activity to do according to your available time.

The precautions to take to have a peaceful stopover at CDG between 2 connecting flights: Paris-Charles de Gaulle is a very busy airport (more than 76 million travelers per year, 20% of which are connecting) with a configuration of terminals that can seem confusing. Our recommendations :

1- Evaluate the connecting journey time between your arrival flight and your departure flight . In other words, from your arrival flight, check the departure terminal, the boarding gate of your second flight on the information screens.

2- Do you have to (re) register (or not) your luggage? If you have booked your 2 flights on the same ticket with the same carrier or 2 partner airlines, your luggage will be transported “end to end”. On the other hand, if you have booked with 2 separate tickets; you will have to recover your luggage to re-register them.

3- Allow time for security control and border crossing It all depends on where you come from, your final destination and your passport (Schengen Area or not). More info on connection times and transits on the site cdg easy or if you are traveling with Air France, their web teams have developed useful complete pages (text and videos) to facilitate your correspondence