AF Business Class: a 2-metre long seat
Tuesday 12, October 2010
Air France is constantly renewing its products and services and will soon be equipping its long-haul Business class cabins with more comfortable seats.
The comfortable seats are easier to use thanks to new innovations such as:
The installation of these seats will begin at the end of this year. It will be accompanied by a new cabin colour scheme, creating a subdued, discreet and light-filled atmosphere.
By summer 2011, more than twenty aircraft will have been equipped with these new cabins. By 2013, close to forty aircraft (Airbus A330, Boeing 777, Airbus A380) will be equipped.
In this way, even at a time of economic crisis, Air France is continuing to invest - 110 million euros over three years - in its Business class service, a strategic product for Air France. These investments give Air France an additional competitive edge and enables it to fully benefit from the resumption in Business traffic.
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