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Trip Report CDG much improved

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I just connected from an EU flight to Int'l flight and easily made a 1 hr. 10 minute connection at 9:45 in the morning.. The signage has been rectfied with huge colorful billboards. There are agents at immigration funneling you to the available lines and more ground staff at the security checks helping make all go smoothly.

They haven't been able to improve the layout but my only complaint is I always land in the middle of nowhere, park on the tarmack,have to be bussed to a teminal after the grand tour of the airport behind the scenes, and then my gate is always the very last one.

Terminal 2E seems to have been newly carpetted.

Really not the dismal connection it used to be.

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