Bergerac [EGC] — none — luggage driven 10m on small train; dumped onto floor
Dinard [DNR] — none — thanks to “Cat”
Lyon [LYN] — counterclockwise
Marsailles [MRS] — counterclockwise – push-button escalator — thanks to J Lowe
Nice [NCE] — both — “bags are probably in Dubai anyway” — thanks to J Meredith
Paris Charles de Gaulle [CDG] — counterclockwise
Paris Orly [ORY] — counterclockwise
Poitier — counterclockwise — thanks to Kevyn Burns, Sheffield, U.K.
Strasbourg (SXB) – clockwise – thanks to Nick
Tours St Symphorien (TUF) – clockwise – thanks to Pete
Chambéry Airport or Chambéry-Savoie Airport, also known as Chambéry Aix-les-Bains Airport (CMF) has two small luggage carousels, which might or might not work. One is in a clockwise direction and the other is anti-clockwise. The luggage is loaded at a funny angle and often falls off.