Economy Class on Air France features seats that recline up to 118°. The newest long-haul Voyageur seat, which was introduced on the Boeing 777-300ER aircraft recently, includes winged headrests, a personal telephone, and a touchscreen TV monitor with the Audio Video on Demand (AVOD) Interactive Entertainment System that features the best of entertainment options. The AVOD system has been installed on all of Air France's long haul fleet and is available on all classes of travel, bringing a world of entertainment to the passengers.
On short-haul flights, the Airbus A320 aircraft have a different seating arrangement in the Economy Class. Air France is one of the few airlines in the world that features winged headrests on short-haul aircraft in all classes. A snack is served on the short haul flights while a three course cold meal is served on medium haul flights. On long haul flights enjoy having a choice between two main courses (subject to availability). Free alcoholic beverages are available on all flights, including champagne, for your enjoyment.
Business Class is available on Airbus A330, Airbus A340, Airbus A380, Boeing 747–400, Boeing 777-200ER, and Boeing 777-300ER aircraft and features angled lie-flat seats that recline to two metres. All the seats have a 10.4" personal touchscreen TV monitor with interactive gaming and audio video on demand, and the reading light, personal telephone, and laptop power ports that are available at the seat make your journey a comfortable one. The airline’s meal service for the Business Class features three-course meals and a cheese service, or an express menu served shortly after takeoff.
For flights to the Caribbean, the airline has a separate class named Premium Economy, with a dedicated cabin with a 2-4-2 or 2-3-2 seating arrangement, an adjustable headrest, a 10.4" touchscreen, personal reading lamp, universal power ports, and an adjustable leg rest (40% more space compared to Economy seats).
Enjoy double baggage allowance, priority airport services, and extra frequent flier mileage. Business class amenities include noise-cancelling headphones, an amenity kit, improved blankets, and an enhanced meal service.
Attending to every small detail, over 15,000 flight attendants of the Air France Cabin Crew ensure a pleasurable journey to all their passengers. Travel in Premiere or Affaires classes to enjoy the benefits of Air France lounges. The Flying Blue Club is one of the most rewarding frequent flyer programs for the passengers as the thresholds are higher. Earn and spend the mileage points to enjoy the benefits of Air France including accommodation at luxury hotels and resorts. The launch of Air France Connect has enabled passengers to connect in real time informing of delays, departures and arrivals.
La Première cabin features wood and leather seats that recline 180°, forming two-metre long beds. All seats feature a 10.4" personal touchscreen TV monitor with interactive gaming and AVOD, a privacy divider, auto-massage feature, reading light, storage drawer, noise-cancelling headphones, personal telephone, and laptop power ports.
The on-demand meal services feature entrées created by Chef Guy Martin. The turndown service includes a mattress, duvet and pillow. Private lounge access is offered worldwide.
In-flight entertainment has a variety to offers from videos, audios, music and games, together with the fabulous in-flight magazine – Air France Magazine. The airline offers complimentary champagne to all passengers and the gourmet cuisine is of highest standards designed by a Michelin star restaurant in Paris. The menu on the Première cabin items include hors d’oeuvres, entrées, bread basket, and cheeses, along with a dessert cart including pastries, petit fours, and tartlets. Air France also serves complimentary champagne to passengers in all classes.
Air France offers Audio Video on Demand (AVOD) in all classes on its A330, A340, A380 and 777 aircraft. The system features multiple channels of video, audio, music, and games. Première and Affaires passengers can start and stop programmes, and rewind and fast-forward as desired; in Voyageur class, the system may cycle between programs at a regular interval.
The airline's in-flight publication, Air France Magazine, is provided at each seat, and Air France Madame, a fashion luxury magazine, is provided in Première and Affaires cabins and lounges.
Air France is regarded as one of the largest European airlines making its way across 6 major continents. Currently, it flies to 35 destinations within the country, as well as 164 destinations in 93 countries, operating a fleet of 246 passenger aircraft. The Air France fleet features the best of Boeing and Airbus leading to the great passenger service airlines and cargo carriers.
New routes and code-share agreements are being developing rapidly, given the prominence of Air France as a strategic partner with Delta Air Lines and Alitalia through the SkyTeam alliance and through a substantial joint venture.
Air France offers frequent flyer partnerships with approximately two-dozen airlines including Air Berlin, Estonian Air, Lux Air, Air Corsica, Alaska Airlines, Etihad Airways, Finnair, Middle East Airlines, Air Madagascar, and Japan Airlines.
The airline flies to United Kingdom, Nigeria, France, Jordan, Netherlands, Belgium, Greece, the United States, Mali, India, Spain, China, Lebanon, Denmark, Columbia, Congo, and Thailand, with flights to Aberdeen, Abuja, Ajaccio, Amsterdam, Antwerp, Atlanta, Bangalore, Biarritz, Bangkok, Beijing, Brussels, and Bologna among others. The airline operates cargo flights to some of these destinations along with passenger aircraft.
Fly with Air France for a variety of destination cities to fly to.