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Article from BTNews 22 OCTOBER 2012

Paris airport developments

Since 1 October Air France customers at Paris-Charles de Gaulle will have noticed some changes with all international flights now grouped at terminal 2E.  Terminal 2F is exclusively dedicated to European (Schengen) flights operated by Air France and its SkyTeam alliance partners.  AF’s regional airlines (Brit Air, Regional, Airlinair) operate their flights at terminal 2G.  Air France says that by grouping operations connecting channels have been made shorter and more fluid, and will save customers up to 10 minutes on their connection times.

In another development Aéroports de Paris (AdP) has released details of a six-year upgrade programme for Paris-Orly Airport.  A central element of the project will see the existing two terminals merged into a single facility with the aim of drastically improving the passenger experience.  The South and West terminals will be merged, a brand new international departure lounge will be constructed, and all terminal entrances will be redeveloped.  This will amount to the addition of more than 100,000sqm of new space for passengers. www.adp.fr

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