Both Paris CDG and Paris Orly airports are suffering from the heavy snowfall that started last night. Road access towards the airports is severely disrupted. As delays and cancellations can be expected, the airport authorities urge passengers to check with their airline before coming to the airport.
While everybody at the airport is doing everything they can to avoid delays, which is much appreciated by most passengers, others found Twitter to complain about the ‘complete chaos at the airport’.
Merci à tous ces courageux employés @GroupeADP et @AirFranceFR qui ont fait l’effort de venir au boulot ce matin, grâce à eux on ne devrait plus tarder à décoller. #paris #cdg @AvgeeksFR pic.twitter.com/7h0mj5E4tb
— Laure (@LaureDS) February 7, 2018
Beaucoup de neige ce matin dans les aéroports parisiens ! ❄
— The Travelers Club (@zeTravelersClub) February 7, 2018
I love France but organization is not our thing. No info, no crowd control at Paris CDG Airport… pic.twitter.com/2yNTmcpRsK
— Celia Hodent (@CeliaHodent) February 7, 2018
#CDG airport might win the prize as the most incapable major airport when a bit of snow is on the ground
— Daniel Skillings (@DanielSkillings) February 7, 2018
Last night we camped in CDG airport waiting for the baggage to be delivered from 1am. Some luggage finally arrived at 8am. No information provided. There was nearly a riot in the baggage hall. Total lack of communication from Air France, not happy with the service. @AirFranceFR
— Brooklyn Gould (@GouldBrooklyn) February 7, 2018
— Ed Kaiserian (@EdKaiserian) February 7, 2018
CDG Airport is a disaster. One security scanner open for thousands of travelers. Everyone is missing flights.
— Molly (@hjartatjuv) February 7, 2018
At Paris CDG airport – they’ve had a massive dump of snow. Credit for keeping the runway open, shame they have no buses and the terminal is miles away!
— superjeans (@superjeans) February 7, 2018
A view from #Paris #Roissy #CDG airport , shot by those who managed to reach to the office in spite of heavy snowfall #ParisSousLaNeige pic.twitter.com/pff31bNh9T
— Mathez Freight (MFF) (@MathezFreight) February 7, 2018