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Travel to Naples, Italy with connection at CDG

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I am considering this intinerary: MSP-CDG-NAP with 2 hours 15 min layover in Paris (first flight is DL 220 and second flight is 8688 operated by Air France). I have been reading about people missing connections in Paris and am worried if this is enough time. Will this be adequate time? From what I can understand, I will arrive at Terminal 2E and my connection is in Terminal 2F. Per the Air France flight search engine, this is the only direct flight to Naples that day (Sunday at 9:40AM). My other options will have two connections with longer layovers. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

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