The 2G terminal will serve short haul routes around Europe as well as the flagship carrier’s domestic flights.
It will also feature a brand new range of retailers for passengers.
Aelia France operations director Pascal Merle, told the Moodie Report: "The nature of the passenger profile at 2G has required a very specific approach with regard to product range, and we expect sectors such as wine, champagne and chocolate to perform well.
"In perfumes and cosmetics, all the leading brands are present and we have given prominent positions to new launches, travel exclusives, skincare sets and also childrens’ items."
Meanwhile, Air France recently introduced a new electronic boarding pass system that will allow customers to use their mobile phones rather than paper passes.
The system incorporates a back-up too, which allows for a paper pass to be printed should a passenger’s phone not work properly.