Quoting TriStar500 (Reply 3):
*What about the connection between DUS-CDG (departing/ arriving 2F)* |

first, let me precise that you cannot be 100% sure to arrive at a certain terminal at CDG2 on

AF which uses all the concourses of

T2. By example, flights to

DUS leaves from 2F, however, it is likely but not 100% sure that you will arrive at 2F arriving from

DUS. In fact CDG2 is organized as schengen and non-shengen concourses :

2A, 2B, 2C, 2E and 2F2 are for non-schengen departures and arrivals

2D and 2F1 are schengen departures and arrivals

that is from

DUS, you leave from 2F1 but you can arrive at either at

2D or at 2F1 and, by example, from

JFK, you leave from 2E but you can arrive theoretically at 2A, 2B, 2C, 2E or 2F2

Quoting TriStar500 (Reply 3):
*What about the connection between DUS-CDG (departing/ arriving 2F) and CDG-HAV (departing/ arriving 2A)? Is it worthwhile to take the bus between the two terminals on the airside? Is there such a bus anyway, since it is a connection between Schengen and Non-Schengen?* |

so now to come back to your specific question, yes there's such a shuttle bus which operates outside the terminal (as if you were staying in Paris). As said before, from

DUS you can arrive at

2D or 2F1. If you arrive at 2F1 and have to go to 2A, take the bus because the walk is quite long. If you arrive at

2D and go to 2A, it's better to walk using the underway wich is between

2D and the TGV station. It will bring you on the other side of the road between 2A and 2C.

I hope this will help !