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How long to allow for layover at CDG going from MRS to ATL

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I'm about to pull the trigger on buying airline tickets for our France trip next year. I'm down to deciding between two options on the return flight from MRS to ATL. Option 1 leaves MRS at 10:50 with a 1:35 layover at CDG. Option 2 also leaves at 10:50 but has a 3:50 layover.

I could be wrong but I think the MRS flight (Airfrance) arrives in terminal 2 and the ATL flight (Delta) leaves from terminal 2. I'm leaning toward Option 1 but I'm not sure that both flights are in terminal 2 and I'm not familiar with CDG enough to know if 1:35 is a reasonable amount of time to allow if they are in different terminals? I know it's not a lot of time but I'd sure rather be headed home than sitting in CDG for a couple of extra hours if I don't need to. As always, thanks in advance for your thoughts/ideas/opinions.

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