Air France Lounge – CDG T2G

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  • Opened in March 2017, the new Air France Lounge at Paris Charles de Gaulle Terminal 2G offers a high-end experience for passengers traveling to destinations within Europe’s Schengen zone.

    The design of the lounge is inspired by Air France’s flagship club in Terminal E, Hall M. The décor bridges the gap between tradition and modernity, with designer furniture and light fixtures, a palette of light colors, clean lines, and Parisian touches such as curtains and hardwood floors.

    Seating options include sofas, individual seats, and semi-private workstations. Power outlets are available at every seat, in side consoles or at shoulder level.

    The open space layout follows the latest trend in airport lounge design, but the long and curved sofas break out the space and carve out more initiate areas.

    The lounge boasts an open kitchen, which churns out fresh hot and cold dishes. A selection of snacks for passengers on the go is also available. Drinks include Illy espresso, juices, and soda.

    Showers and limited spa services are also available.

    For more information, see our blog post.

  • You may have access to Air France Lounge as a premium customer of one of the following airlines, or as an elite member of their frequent flyer program. Check the Access rules tab for more details.


    Access for eligible customers traveling on any SkyTeam member airline.

    Aeroflot (SU)Aeroflot (SU)Aerolineas Argentinas (AR)Aerolineas Argentinas (AR)Aeromexico (AM)Aeromexico (AM)
    Air Europa (UX)Air Europa (UX)Air France (AF)Air France (AF)Alitalia (AZ)Alitalia (AZ)
    China Airlines (CI)China Airlines (CI)China Eastern (MU)China Eastern (MU)China Southern (CZ)China Southern (CZ)
    Czech Airlines (OK)Czech Airlines (OK)Delta (DL)Delta (DL)Garuda Indonesia (GA)Garuda Indonesia (GA)
    KLM (KL)KLM (KL)Kenya Airways (KQ)Kenya Airways (KQ)Korean Air (KE)Korean Air (KE)
    Middle East Airlines (ME)Middle East Airlines (ME)Saudia (SV)Saudia (SV)TAROM (RO)TAROM (RO)
    Vietnam Airlines (VN)Vietnam Airlines (VN)Xiamen Airlines (MF)Xiamen Airlines (MF)  

    Other airlines

    Luxair (LG)Luxair (LG)    
  • Air France Lounge at Paris - Charles de Gaulle (CDG) welcomes:

    • Air France La Premiere passengers departing on a sameday flight.
    • Air France and KLM Business Class passengers departing on a sameday flight.
    • Air France Premium Economy Class passengers departing on a sameday flight, for a fee payable in cash or miles.
    • Air France Flying Blue Gold and Platinum members departing on or connecting to/from a same-day international flight operated by a SkyTeam member, in any class of service (+1 guest)
    • Air France Flying Blue Silver and Ivory departing on a sameday flight operated by Air France, in any class of service, for a fee payable in cash or miles.
    • International First and Business Class passengers departing on or connecting to/from a same-day international flight operated by a SkyTeam member.
    • SkyTeam Elite Plus members departing on or connecting to/from a same-day international flight operated by a SkyTeam member, in any class of service (+1 guest)
    • Guests must be traveling on any flight operated by a SkyTeam member airline. Member must remain with the guests at all times during the visit.
    • Lounge access will be provided only at your departure airport and not on arrival, unless you are connecting to a domestic flight or other qualifying international flight.
    View detailed access rules at and

  • Overall Rating:

    1. Manfred

      Please ignore John Murphy’s review, it’s from 2015, reflecting the admittedly pathetic state the 2G lounge was in at the time. In 2017, it is an entirely different experience – the lounge has been relocated to a much larger space at the entrance side of the upper floor, which is both stylish and well stuffed. Comfortable seating, with an office section for those who need to work, a nice buffet, a large choice of drinks – all you’d expect at Air France’s home airport. It’s a good thing they got rid of the tiny old lounge and brought their act together.

    2. John Murphy

      CDG Terminal G Ai France Lounge

      For the first time in my life I went into an airline lounge and wished that I had sat out in the General Boarding area! I am actually laughing about it.

      Business Class with Air France from SVO to FRA with a three hour layover in CDG. I was looking forward to some patisserie and maybe a glass of vin rouge to pass the time. Not to be.

      After a trip on the bus from Terminal 2-L, which is quite the experience, I found the Air France Lounge. Let me start with a physical description.

      Once you ring the door bell and are admitted you encounter a space of about 40 x 40 feet. I tried counting the chairs and think there are about 40….the place is crowded!
      There is no restroom. That is outside in GENERAL BOARDING. Where the comfortable seats are. Between the chairs are iPad sized tables that never seem to get cleaned off. Had I seen a galley or can I would have taken care of it myself.

      There is a large cooler full of mineral water and a plethora of juices. If you scrunch down you might find a tiny can of Heineken. There are two coffee dispensers near a basket of croissants and cookies of dubious provenance. Also a tray with pepper, Worcester, and Tabasco in the off chance that vodka, mixer, and ice were to show up.
      No vin rouge or blanc…..not even the nuts and pretzels that Delta thinks will fill you up.

      If I had to do this again I would go to the spacious bar, shell out few Euros, sit in what looked like comfortable chairs at a large table. I could avail myself of the same restroom and smoking room ( that is another post) and enjoy my time in 2-G.

      It is a shame that such a lounge exists. It should be an embarrassment to Air France and the Sky Team partners. But at least the next time I am in ATL snacking on those little blocks of cheese with broken crackers, I can reminisce about my trip through “Chez De Gaulle” and all will be right with the world.

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