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CDG interterminal navette travel direction

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I am looking at an itinerary with a 2hr15min layover at CDG. According to the CDG site, it will be a 2F to 2G transfer. 2G is in not in the usual terminal 2 cluster.

According to the CDG correspondance guide:

http://www.aeroportsdeparis.fr/ADP/fr-FR/Passagers/Acces-Plans-Parking/Guide-Des-Correspondances/guide-correspondance.htm

there is a navette connecting the terminals using navette #2. Does this navette travel directly from 2F to 2G?

Looking at the CDG map, I am suspecting that the navette from 2F goes first to 2D, 2B, 2A, 2C, and 2E before proceeding to 2G.

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