On this page, you will find the information you need to easily make your way through Charles de Gaulle Airport to your destination.
Arrival and departure terminal maps and other information for navigating Charles de Gaulle Airport.
Please present your passport. See Special Guidance info on this page for details if traveling to and/or between Schengen countries.
There may be a carry-on luggage inspection. Passengers who wish to bring cash of EUR 10,000 or more must declare.
Please present your passport and boarding pass.
The priority lane for Immigration/security control (Access No. 1) is available to the following customers:
Look for the "Access No.1" sign and scan your boarding pass or a voucher when using this service.
A value-added tax refund (VAT) is applicable for residents outside of the European Union who are over 15 years of age. It only concerns non-commercial tourist purchases for amounts in excess of €175.01 in the same shop on the same day in France.
For duty free display shops, department stores or prestige shops:
Note: Please see Customs information of each country for the latest information.
CDGVAL is an automated vehicle similar to monorail. It is available between Terminals 1, 2 and 3. The change bus is available between Terminal 1 and Terminal 2A. The connecting bus operates every 20 minutes.
Connecting to flights departing from Terminal 1:
Connecting to flights departing from Terminal 2 (A, B, C):
From Gates 20-28, please get to 2A by taking the shuttle bus within the restricted area bound for Terminal 2. After getting off at 2A, proceed to 2B or 2C on foot.
Connecting to flights departing from Terminal 2 (D, E, F):
After Immigration, please proceed to Terminal 2 using CDGVAL that departs from Boutiques/Restaurants floor—then proceed to 2D, 2E and 2F on foot.
Connecting to flights departing from Terminal 2G:
After Immigration, please proceed to Terminal 2 using CDGVAL that departs from Boutiques/Restaurants floor—then go upstairs to the bus stop of N2 and proceed to 2G by N2 bus.
Passengers arriving from a Schengen country and checked-in luggage to Tokyo should proceed to Gates 10-18 after clearing Immigration. Note: There is no need to go through the baggage claim area on the 3rd floor after clearing Immigration. Please claim your luggage at the final destination airport (Tokyo).
The establishment of the EU and the Schengen Agreement has simplified entry and departure procedures within Europe. Once a Japanese national has arrived at one of the Schengen countries, travel within that country is treated as “internal domestic” travel. The following entry and departure procedures apply to passengers traveling from one Schengen country to another Schengen country.