Air France continues to invest in its First class
Friday 4, March 2011
With capacity increasing by 30% over five years, Air France is continuing to invest in its first class. Currently available on Airbus A380 and Boeing 777 flights to 28 destinations, La Première will offer a seating capacity of 320 seats by 2012.
Attentiveness, discretion, refinement and peace-of-mind are the essential qualities embodying La Première, which showcases French luxury and the fine art of living « à la française ».
From the moment they arrive at the airport through to the personalized welcome they receive by the crew on board and having their baggage formalities taken care of, customers benefit from personalized assistance throughout their trip, making their experience a pure moment of well-being.
At every stage of their trip, customers benefit from personalized attention from a 1,000-strong team of ground staff, pursers and flight attendants who are specially trained to meet their every expectation.
At Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport, Air France offers personalized and exclusive service, from arrival at the airport to boarding the plane. A Première lounge spanning over 1,000 sq. m welcomes passengers where they can savour gastronomic cuisine specially created by Alain Ducasse, enjoy a drink at the lounge bar and be pampered in the relaxation centre. On board the plane, flight attendants are specially dedicated to La Première passengers, offering them a fine culinary experience comprising a selection of frequently renewed dishes designed by renowned chefs.
Air France is pursuing its investment in its first class to ensure it continues to offer exceptional service at all times.
Air France La Première destinations:
Atlanta -Washington - Houston - New York JFK - Los Angeles – Montreal- Papeete
Buenos Aires - Sao Paulo - Mexico
Hong Kong - Beijing - Shanghai - Tokyo - Seoul – Singapore
Africa & Middle East
Abidjan - Dakar - Douala - Yaoundé - Johannesburg - Luanda - Libreville - Lagos - Port Harcourt - Beirut – Dubai – Cairo
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