CDG Airport facilities are divided into three terminals : Terminal 1, Terminal 2 seven satellite sub-terminals and Terminal 3: Terminal 1: Charles de Gaulle Terminal 1 is located immediately opposite to Terminal 3. See more information Terminal 4: Charles de Gaulle Terminal 4 is under construction and it is expected to open its gates on Flights Departures. Connecting flights. Visit Paris. Public transport.
By train. Can I go shopping in a different terminal? Roissy-Charles de Gaulle airport is located 26 kilometers north-east of Paris. You must plan between half an hour and one hour from Paris. Be sure to consider the condition of road traffic before you leave.
Terminal 3 is meters from the train station and is accessible via a marked trail in approximately 8 minutes.
Allow about 20 minutes to travel. Get off at the station "Terminal 3-Roissypole" and continue along the pedestrian crossing on m. Regardless of the airline you fly or ticket you hold, membership means a warm welcome awaits. Seasonal: Saint-Pierre. Dakar—Diass . Los Angeles , Papeete.
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Ankara . As from July 1st , borders outside the EU zone will gradually reopen Log on. Create an account. Point s. My basket. Terminal 3 is CDG's smallest terminal and boasts only a single building. It has no boarding gates. If you are parking at the airport, try to familiarize yourself in advance with where the garages are located and plan your route accordingly.
While we recommend taking public transportation, a bus, or taxi to and from the airport see section below , if you do choose to drive make sure you plan your route in advance and familiarize yourself with Paris' sometimes-complex highway system. I can't see it happening. If you could, you'd be leaving T1 for T3 and could just go back to Paris with your cheap smokes, booze or whatever. I always thought the idea of duty free was you couldn't remain where you bought the goods but had to travel onwards.