JAL to Relocate Check-In Counters and Office at Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Tuesday, 26 May 2009

JAL is to relocate its check-in counters and office at Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) in Paris from Terminal 2F to Terminal 2E from June 17, 2009.

After the move into CDG's most recently renewed terminal that is decked with the latest facilities, passengers can look forward to checking-in at an island in the terminal that has been designated especially to JAL. The spacious terminal with roomier gate areas and other common facilities is certain to provide greater comfort and convenience to passengers, particularly those in transit and who have tight connections to another flight.

The revamped terminal also boasts a larger common lounge, increasing in space from 820 m2 to 2147 m2, and which comes fully furnished with a business center, shower rooms, and wireless LAN connections. One travel companion of each eligible passenger is also welcome to enjoy the facilities at no additional charge.

With its current offering of 32 flights (including codeshare flights) a week between Japan and Paris, JAL connects Japan via Paris, to 12 other destinations in Europe, namely Barcelona, Berlin, Copenhagen, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Istanbul, Lyon, Munich, Nice, Prague, Stockholm and Warsaw.

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