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Continental Airlines Moving Operations at Paris CDG and Barcelona Airport

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Continental Airlines, which just recently joined Star Alliance, is to move its airport operations at both Paris / Charles de Gaulle and Barcelona this month, as part of its continuing effort to provide easy connections between its  flights and those of other Star Alliance airlines.

Today, 10 November, Continental will relocate to Terminal 1 at Barcelonaís El Prat Airport, a brand-new facility where all other Star Alliance member carriers serving the airport are based.

Continental operates a daily Boeing 767-200ER service between Barcelona and its New York hub, Newark Liberty International Airport.

Then, on 17 November 2009, Continental will relocate to the recently-renovated Terminal 1 at Paris/Charles de Gaulle, where most Star Alliance member carriers are based. The terminal features a Star Alliance lounge, open from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m., seven days a week. From Paris/CDG, Continental operates a 13-times- weekly non-stop service (Boeing 767-400ER and Boeing 757) to New York/Newark and a daily Boeing 767-400ER non-stop service to Houston.

Since 27 October 2009, when Continental joined Star Alliance, the airline has also relocated its operations at Frankfurt (Terminal 1) and Tokyo/Narita (Terminal 1, South Wing). Other airports where co-location moves have been made include Beijing, Chicago, Honolulu and Shanghai.

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