Air France offers the highest flight capacity on Caribbean & Indian Ocean routes
Friday 5, November 2010
This winter, Air France is increasing frequencies on the Indian Ocean network, with 9 weekly flights to Reunion island.
Premium Voyageur available on flights to Saint-Martin and Antananarivo
On flights to Saint Martin since September and to Antanarivo since 31 October, Air France customers have been able to discover the new Premium Voyageur cabin situated between the Voyageur and Business cabin classes.
Premium Voyageur customers benefit from a private cabin featuring a seat with a fixed shell offering 40% more space compared with the Voyageur (Economy) seat.
At the airport, customers benefit from priority check-in counters, a free baggage allowance of two bags each weighing up to 23kg, boarding at the passenger's convenience and priority baggage delivery.
A regional network in the Caribbean
Air France offers over 30 weekly flights between Cayenne, Fort-de-France, Pointe-à-Pitre, Port-au-Prince, Miami and Santo Domingo. Two Airbus A320s thus connect the main regional economic centres in the Caribbean.
Easy connecting opportunities with the entire Air France network
Flights from the French Overseas Departments offer rapid connections at Paris-Orly airport with one of 30 Air France destinations in France and Europe. This winter, the Nantes-Paris Orly route will be reopened, with 4 daily frequencies.
Customers with a connecting flight are checked in and receive their boarding pass to their final destination. If they are connecting with an Air France flight at the same airport, their baggage will also be checked in through to their final destination.
A new advertising campaign
Since 20 September, Air France has been running a new advertising campaign for the Réunion, Guadeloupe, Guyana and Martinique markets.
This campaign presents the airline's strong points in the Caribbean and Indian Ocean, notably in terms of frequencies, the new baggage policy in Voyageur class, local involvement and fares.
More and more travellers think that researching and planning a European city break is half the fun and they're not interested in pre-arranged trips or escorted tours. Self-guided tours offer a lot of advantages but require some guidance and good resources.
With the recent wild fires, disrupting flights and increasing air pollution, environmental quality is a growing factor in attracting tourists.
The hotel price comparison site www.trivago.co.uk has put together a list of the fifteen most spectacular hotel rooftop terraces in the world.