Easy Question for CDG Airport

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Old Nov 20, 17, 10:48 am
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Easy Question for CDG Airport

Forum members;

I will be flying from BOS and arriving CDG at terminal 2E. I have a 1 hour and 50 minute layover departing from terminal 2F. I am confused by the on-line maps. Is this enough time to transfer and do I have to go thorough both security and passport control?
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Old Nov 20, 17, 11:51 am
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Forum members;

I will be flying from BOS and arriving CDG at terminal 2E. I have a 1 hour and 50 minute layover departing from terminal 2F. I am confused by the on-line maps. Is this enough time to transfer and do I have to go thorough both security and passport control?
My thanks for your help
Ron
Yes, it's enough time (if booked within the same ticket, otherwise it's risky) and you indeed have to clear both security and passport control.
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Old Nov 20, 17, 11:55 am
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Just follow the signs and you'll be fine, you will first clear security in 2E, and then follow the signs to 2F where you will clear immigration.
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