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Paris Airport Building : Charles-de-Gaulle

French Air Transportation Development design by Paul Andreu, France

15 Jun 2008

Charles-de-Gaulle Paris Airport

Charles-de-Gaulle Airport Terminal

Paris Airport Building - Charles-de-Gaulle Airport Terminal
photos © Adrian Welch

Terminal 2E design: Paul Andreu, French architect

Charles-de-Gaulle Paris Charles-de-Gaulle Paris Airport

Disaster struck part of this building when in 28 May 2004 there occurred the Paris airport roof collapse.

Further photos of this French air terminal building:
Charles-de-Gaulle Airport Terminal French air transportation development design by Paul Andreu, France
terminal building photos © Adrian J Welch

Paris Airport Building design: Paul Andreu Architects

A related French air transport building on e-architect at the same site:

Aeroville at Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle, Paris, France
Dates: 2011-13
Design: Philippe Chiambaretta Architecte
Aeroville Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle Paris Airport
image © PCA Philippe Chiambaretta Architecte
Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle airport building

More information online soon about this Air Transportation building in northern France

Location: Charles-de-Gaulle Paris Airport, Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle, Paris, France, north west Europe

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This French airport has three terminals: Terminal 1 is the oldest and situated opposite to Terminal 3; Terminal 2 is located at another side with 7 sub-terminal buildings (2A to 2G). Terminal 2 was originally built exclusively for Air France; since then it has been expanded significantly and now also hosts other airlines.

Terminals 2A to 2F are interconnected by elevated walkways and situated next to each other. Terminal 2G is a satellite building connected by shuttle bus.

Terminal 3 (formerly known as “Terminal 9”) hosts charter and low-cost airlines. The CDGVAL light-rail shuttle connects Terminal 2 to Terminals 1/3 and their parking lots. Refer to Ground Transportation below for inter-terminal transfers and transport to central Paris.

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