Terminal 2 – Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport


Direction & Maps

The terminal 2 complex is split into seven sub-terminals : 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, 2E, 2F and 2G + the TGV-RER railway station Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2.
Every buildings are connected to each other (except terminal 2G) and can be reached on foot (landside) or by free shuttle bus.


Arrivals & Departures

Arrivals

On leaving the aircraft, follow the signs ″Baggage-Exit″ for arrivals and baggage reclaim.
Terminals 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, 2G are single-storey buildings while 2E and 2F have Arrivals & Departures levels (see maps for détails).
Each terminal has its own facilities.
Meeting points are located landside, after the baggage reclaim areas.
 Guide for Arriving passengers

If you are not sure which terminal you need visit our terminal info page.

 Terminal 2E

Terminal 2E consists of a main building houses key functions such as immigration, baggage reclaim + three satellite buildings all used for arrivals and departures :
• Terminal 2E-hall K is beside the main building.
• Terminal 2E-hall L is a satellite terminal, connected by transit train.
• Terminal 2E-hall M is a satellite terminal, connected by transit train.
The transit train connects the main building (hall K) with hall L & hall M.

If your flight is arriving at hall L or hall M then you should follow the signs ″Baggage-Exit″ which will take you to the transit train (get off at hall K, final stop, for immigration, baggage reclaim and exit).


Departures

Terminals 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, 2G are single-storey buildings while 2E and 2F have Arrivals & Departures levels (see maps for détails).
Each terminal has its own facilities.
 Guide for Departing passengers

If you are not sure which terminal you need visit our terminal info page.
Flight departures : use the airport monitors for check-in and gate informations.

 Terminal 2E

Terminal 2E consists of a main building houses key functions such as check-in counters, immigration + three satellite buildings all used for departures and arrivals :
• Terminal 2E-hall K beside the main building houses gate numbers K21 to K54.
• Terminal 2E-hall L is a satellite terminal, connected by transit train, houses gate numbers L41 to L53.
• Terminal 2E-hall M is a satellite terminal, connected by transit train, houses gate numbers M21 to M50.
The transit train connects the main building (K Gates) with hall L & hall M.

Do not make your way unless you confirm from which gate (K, L, M) your flight will depart.
If your flight is shown as departing from a L gate (L41-L53) or a M gate (M21-M50) then you should follow the signs which will take you to the transit train (after the passport control on your left hand side).


Flight Connections

If you are connecting at Paris-CDG, visit our dedicated pages for a smooth transfer !
 Flight Connections guide


Ground transportation

RER (Paris by train) + TGV (Main lines trains)

The TGV-RER railway station Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 can be reached on foot (except 2G) or by shuttle bus.


Other transportation (Le Bus Direct, Roissybus, Disneyland, Taxis,…)

Visit our Transport & directions page for information and details about buses, taxis and shuttles.


Getting around the airport 

• To-from terminals 1 & 3 : proceed landside via the CDGVAL shuttle train.
• To-from terminal 2G : proceed by shuttle bus (N2 route) via terminal 2F.
• Within terminal 2 : proceed on foot (recommended) or by shuttle bus.
 Travel between terminals


Airport Hotels

To proceed to your airport hotel from CDG terminal 2 visit our Hotel information page.
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Services & Facilities

Click below for details on services and facilities available at Charles de Gaulle airport :
Airport & Airlines lounges
Car rental
Lost & Found
Luggage storage
VAT Refund-Tax Refund
• Other Services and Facilities


Shopping & Dining

See which shops, restaurants and lounges are available at terminal 2 :
Shopping
Bars & Restaurants