Paris Airport terminals

Terminals at Paris Airport

Paris Airport boasts of three modern terminals and all these provide the various services and facilities that visitors require. These terminals are connected by buses, and which serve an estimated 200,000 passengers every other day. Also contained within the airport are two terminals which host restaurants, duty-free shops, bars, banks, a post office, a first-aid service centre, as well as services for families and people with special needs.

If you plan on accessing wireless internet services while you are at the Paris Airport you can do so at the airport’s Terminal 2. This terminal also houses two lounges, and which are great places to relax as you browse the internet. Air France flights as well as those for other airlines that travel to Europe are operated from here.

At Terminal 1 you will find eight conference rooms, all fully equipped with the necessary equipment including copy and fax machines. This terminal was originally designed by architect Paul Andreu, and it handles all international flights except those that are offered by Air France.

Terminal E9 is exclusively reserved for charter flights.

This airport is relatively big and in the event that you misplace any of your personal items you can check for the same at the lost and found offices located at every terminal. These offices are also very easy to contact.

New-generation terminals can be easily accessed within the airport. These are authentic digital centres replete with built-in Bluetooth and USB ports. You can therefore use the web phone (especially if you need to make an important international call), download music as you wait to board your flight, print digital photos of your vacation perhaps, or even log on to a chat room for instant messaging. These multimedia terminals guarantee you of trouble-free access and payment can be made simply using a telephone card, cash, or a bank card.

Paris Airport
Paris Airport terminals

Terminals at Paris Airport

Paris Airport boasts of three modern terminals and all these provide the various services and facilities that visitors require. These terminals are connected by buses, and which serve an estimated 200,000 passengers every other day. Also contained within the airport are two terminals which host restaurants, duty-free shops, bars, banks, a post office, a first-aid service centre, as well as services for families and people with special needs.

If you plan on accessing wireless internet services while you are at the Paris Airport you can do so at the airport’s Terminal 2. This terminal also houses two lounges, and which are great places to relax as you browse the internet. Air France flights as well as those for other airlines that travel to Europe are operated from here.

At Terminal 1 you will find eight conference rooms, all fully equipped with the necessary equipment including copy and fax machines. This terminal was originally designed by architect Paul Andreu, and it handles all international flights except those that are offered by Air France.

Terminal E9 is exclusively reserved for charter flights.

This airport is relatively big and in the event that you misplace any of your personal items you can check for the same at the lost and found offices located at every terminal. These offices are also very easy to contact.

New-generation terminals can be easily accessed within the airport. These are authentic digital centres replete with built-in Bluetooth and USB ports. You can therefore use the web phone (especially if you need to make an important international call), download music as you wait to board your flight, print digital photos of your vacation perhaps, or even log on to a chat room for instant messaging. These multimedia terminals guarantee you of trouble-free access and payment can be made simply using a telephone card, cash, or a bank card.

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