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Transfers Terminal E to Terminal F

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Transfers Terminal E to Terminal F

i have have the same question. Would I make it to my next flight if I have only 1 hour connecting time. I am flying from JFK into CDG Terminal E and departing from Terminal F to Toulouse France? Do I have to take any transportation between these terminals?

By walking, how long would someone takes from Terminal E to Terminal F?

Thank you

Lina R/San Francisco, California

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1. Re: Transfers Terminal E to Terminal F

I think you would have to be rather lucky to make it, as you will have to go through Immigration (Passport Control) in Paris. Follow the signs for transit passengers and see www.easycdg.com

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2. Re: Transfers Terminal E to Terminal F

If your incoming flight is on time, it is doable. Passport control moves pretty quickly, so just follow the signs and walk and don't stop to shop on the way.

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3. Re: Transfers Terminal E to Terminal F

Maybe Molly could tell you about it?


4 minutes walk they say.


I'm a bit puzzled by some minor aspects of Easycdg.com

How non french travellers can possibly understand something like ; Roissy pour les nuls, Douane,Droits du passager, Enfants non accompagnés ?Too hard to translate?

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4. Re: Transfers Terminal E to Terminal F

passport control moves quickly? At CDG?

Not even remotely true.

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