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Arriving at CDG from Amsterdam...which terminal?

Old Mar 30th, 2005, 06:46 AM
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Arriving at CDG from Amsterdam...which terminal?

NWAirlines (KLM) from Seattle to Amsterdam, then KLM (operated by Air France) from Amsterdam to Paris. We will arrive at CDG at which terminal?

Where to look for the ATM at that terminal?

We also fly back that route so how much time before our departure should we be at the airport?

Thanks!
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Old Mar 30th, 2005, 06:59 AM
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Difficult to pin down - KLM flies into Terminal 2, Hall F. Air France utilizes both terminals and all halls.
This is according to the "Airlines" section of www.adp.fr, under Passenger Services.
On this same website, you can find terminal maps with ATM indicators.
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Old Mar 30th, 2005, 07:00 AM
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Maybe when you are waiting to depart Schiphol, you can ask an agent where the plane will land.
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Old Mar 30th, 2005, 07:03 AM
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Hi p,

Here are maps of CDG 1 & 2.

http://www.adp.fr/webadp/a_cont01.nsf/[email protected]&cle=X5005A05A4.html

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You can also get euros at an ATM in Amsterdam airport.

When you go from the international arrivals to the Schengen departures, it is quite a long walk and you should be able to find an ATM there
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Gosh, if you wait long enough someone else always asks your question!
Pumpkin, we are flying those same flights--late April. Unfortunately, have to make sure Alaska Air gets us to Seattle in time to catch NW flight. Also, too bad that we're flying on those old DC-10s that NW will soon be replacing with brand new Airbus.
However, I've been assured that they have been good old workhorses. Have a good flight!
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Go to the CDG's website as ira has pointed out: www.adp.fr You can search for today's arrival and departure information. Search for Air France, coming from Amsterdam. Do it for a few days and see if they all come in the same terminal.
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Now that KLM and Norhwest are part of SkyTeam, they're both in 2. (The direct Detroit-Paris flight arrives at 2E, I'm not sure about the KLM hops from A'dam)
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I looked up both www.adp.fr and Air France's own website. All flights from AMS, whether operated by KLM or AF (the two are the same company now, and codeshare lots of flights) arrive in CDG 2F today.
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