This guide is intended for any pilot wishing to obtain information about Paris Charles de Gaulle airport. The information given relates to procedures used both on the ground and in the air. More general information is included.
This place contains different terminal configurations. You then access the lists of airlines that are present in each terminal, as well as terminal plans & gates for each.
Please take note that some companies may be rarer than others at the terminals, and some even go so far as to cancel flights due to the current crisis.
Lufthansa Singapore Airlines Icelandair Qatar Airways Swiss LATAM Thai Airways United Norwegian Egyptair EVA Air Air China Asiana Airlines All Nippon Airways Turkish Airlines LOT Polish Eurowings SAS Aer Lingus PIA Air China Kuwait Airways
Terminals 2A & 2C
Aegean British Airways Air Astana Ethiopian Cathay Pacific Air Tahiti Nui Air Canada Air Algerie Air Transat Oman Air El Al Royal Jordanian
Emirates Air Algérie Air Madagascar Air Austral Etihad Rossiya Aeroflot Saudia Gulf Air Air India
Terminals 2B & 2D
Azerbaijan Airlines Belavia Bulgaria Air Easyjet
Easyjet Air Baltic Finnair UIA Czech Airlines Air Serbia Austrian Air Malta
Terminal 2E (E/L/K)
Air France Delta Vietnam Airlines China Southern Korean Air Air Mauritius China Eastern AeroMexico Japan Airlines Kenya Airways Air Senegal MEA Air Arabia Tarom Iran Air American Airlines
This place is dedicated to ground movements of multiple areas as well as the Airport Ground Charts (AGC).
According to the adopted runways configurations, the movements on the ground change. As a reminder, these depend on the winds & ATC if there is. You can refer to the indicated arrows on the charts which show the taxi to take, according to the so-called “West” or “East” configurations.
Some taxiways cannot accept the passage of large planes, which are the A380 and the B747.
LFPG has a specific runway usage to respect for realism in the game. This runway usage doesn’t change in any case.
Internal Runways are used for the departures, which represent the runway 08L/26R and the runway 09R/27L.
External Runways are used for the arrivals, which represents the runway 08R/26L and the runway 09L/27R.
|08R / 26L||8833*196||Arrival|
|08L / 26R||13713*147||Departure|
|09R / 27L||13746*147||Departure|
|09L / 27R||8866*196||Arrival|
Facing East runways have a heading of 85° and facing West ones have a heading of 265°.
Each flight departing from Paris Charles De Gaulle airport must follow a Standard Instrument Departure (SID) that you can select by clicking on the airport > proc > select departure and choose an appropriate one depending on your flight direction.
Below you can find the departing charts for each direction depending on runway usage.
As for each airport when available, you must select a Standard Arrival Terminal Route (STAR) as well as an Approach transition. Paris airport accepts several types of approaches, although the ILS approach is predominant in everyday arrivals.
Below’s documents show the different STARs you can fill in your FPL depending on where you come from.
North East Arrival
North West Arrival
South East Arrival
South West Arrival
The Approach Plates are useful documents as well, as it guides your type of approach. For the ILS approach at CDG, you can access the runway information, Glideslope information, circling procedure, and much more information depending on the runway you’d like to land on.
For more information about the type of approach you choose and the transition you need to take, please refer to the following document taken from the User Guide.
You can have a look at the table with the meaning of each Approach prefix you fill.
This guide was brought to you by @Jeremy351 and @Alexandre. We are two French people very interested in aviation. We follow the news of the biggest French airports very closely, and this is what allowed us to make this guide.
This guide will be regularly updated with real-life news at Paris-CDG airport.
If you have any feedback, please feel free to give it so we can make this guide as useful as possible.