New Terminal (2G) at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport
With the addition of 2G, airport Charles de Gaulle aims to improve transfer options between regional flights, strengthening its role as a European "hub" of Air France.
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The terminal, which was constructed over the past three years in the eastern section of the airport at a cost of 94 million euro, exhibits all the trappings of modernity one would expect from this latest addition - Wi-Fi connectivity throughout, laptop charging stations, electronic check-in terminals (Bornes Libre Service) and so on. Parking space for 750 cars is also provided. The terminal is connected to the mini-metro line linking it to the other CDG terminals.
Food-wise, the main dining option is a 200 sq/m café/restaurant "Bert's" offering both "fast" and "slow" food service in three different spaces (lounge, restaurant, snack bar).
The destinations served by the new terminal include: