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Charles de Gaulle Airport

Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport is the principal airport serving the French capital, Paris, and the largest international airport in France. Opened in 1974, it is in Roissy-en-France, 23 km northeast of Paris and is named after statesperson Charles de Gaulle.

Charles de Gaulle Airport serves as the principal hub for Air France and a destination for other legacy carriers, as well as a focus city for low-cost carriers easyJet and Vueling. It is operated by Groupe ADP under the brand Paris Aéroport.

In 2019, the airport handled 76,150,007 passengers and 498,175 aircraft movements, thus making it the world's ninth busiest airport and Europe's second busiest airport in terms of passenger numbers. Charles de Gaulle is also the busiest airport within the European Union. In terms of cargo traffic, the airport is the eleventh busiest in the world and the busiest in Europe, handling 2,102,268 tonnes of cargo in 2019. It is also the airport that is served by most number of airlines, with more than 105 airlines operating at the airport.

As of 2017, the airport offers direct flights to the most countries and hosts the most airlines in the world. Marc Houalla has been the director of the airport since 12 February 2018.

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Another complicated airport

Not a great transit airport, not a place you want to be, bad service, lousy shops and restaurants, no resting area.

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Rather biased comments, some apparently posted by ppl who only used CDG once.

And outdated by years...

Who's perfect ? Not even me, alas...

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It is a bit confusing, keep your eyes on your guides

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Taken aback.

One of the most congested airports I have ever been in. Good exercise though, as walking is the only way to really navigate through the maze of people, carts and refuse. Surprised that it was so dirty as the French are usually meticulous regarding their public areas.

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Quite a cool and creative donut design for T1.Biggest and best airport I have been to.

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Possibly the worst airport in the Western World,on a par with Mombassa in Kenya!!!!!!

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я Миронов Олег Михайлович подписываюсь что я хуеплет и ебан

Лада . согласен что я Олег Михайлович Миронов (ДР 21.08.1959 г.Москва) копрофил, долбаеб и шарлатан !!!Стас Кучер осень 2010 Берек ХИТРЫЙ КРАЙНИЙ Н.Н. Весна-Лето (Кретов Е.В. 2012) ... МИРОНОВ ИЗГОЙ - ВСЕМИ КИНУТ, ВСЕМИ ПОСЛАН Кузьма,Россельхозбанк дума интересно директор школы отношение Яхты Национальность Анна Чапман Децл ВТБ баскетбол Yandex мой город Зубков ОНФ , Победа ,Футбол театр Андрей Орлов %) блогеры ЖЖ с 01.07. – 06.12.2002г. – коммерческий директор ОАО «Эльдорадо М»; Кох !

Также я Миронов Олег Михайлович 1959 пиздобол и хуеплет :)

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re: NDB CGO 344 kHz deleted

Thank you for the update. It's always sad when an NDB is decommissioned. I've removed it from the database.

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NDB CGO 344 kHz deleted

NDB CGO 344 kHz was deleted Feb 2011

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Paris Charles de Gaulle

Paris Charles de Gaulle (Roissy) is not very practicable. Difficulties to access by the périphérique "highway" crowded traffic (Trucks). Baggage claim zone is a terrible jungle. A positive point is the RER between Paris "Gare du Nord" and Terminals not very cheap but very easy to use and fast. Negative point, sometimes not reliable due to strikes.

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I dont know what drugs were being used at the time by the architect that imagined that soviet-style concrete monstrosity. Not only is it ugly, but the baggage claim is an embarrassment with people walking on one another. When you think it's the first impression that so many holidaymakers are getting of France...

Other than for the bits that collapse on people underneath, T2 is somewhat more practical.

Well I am from the south of France, and we don't like Paris there, so maybe I have a bias.

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The RER (the commuter light rail system) runs directly into Paris, and you can use the same ticket to transfer to the Paris Metro or another RER line. It's very inexpensive (about 8.10 euros, I think).

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