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Air France Lounge Location The Air France webpage on lounges has a pretty detailed description of lounges in Terminals 2E: and 2F: More details can also be found on the Easy CDG website (in French). Lounge Index also has a list of lounges at CDG, with a description of their location. According to this website, there are two Air France lounges at CDG, ...


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No. Miles are not a currency that can be moved between programmes. There are some exceptions (such as Avios, which can be moved between the British Airways Executive Club and the Iberia Plus) but this is unusual. I am not aware of any SkyTeam programmes that work like this. If it is absolutely essential that you move the miles you might be able to convert ...


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The Air France Lounges in CDG T2 terminal E gates L (first satellite) is on the upper level of the central part of the building, where security and access to the light rail transfer shuttle is. When coming out of security, you'll have elevators on either side to get you to them. Even though this is supposed to be one of Air France's flagship lounges, ...


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Flying Blue is not a generous program particularly if you have the misfortune to be travelling in economy class. In the UK it is sometimes nicknamed "Flying Poo". The main advantage is that you will have Flying Blue Gold after only thirty individual flights per year. (I assume you mean "8-10 return trips per year", if you are only doing 8 flights in total ...



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