Premium Voyageur: now available to close to 50 destinations
Tuesday 14, September 2010
As from this weekend, with Conakry, Air France will be offering the Premium Voyageur cabin on flights to 49 long-haul destinations.
Next month, this new cabin class, launched in October 2009, will be available on Air France's entire international long-haul network on flights operated by the Boeing 777, Airbus A340 and A330.
For a very competitve fare, with Premium Voyageur, passengers can enjoy a private cabin, with 40% more space, a 48 cm-wide seat which reclines to 123°, in a fixed shell to preserve each passenger's privacy. Air France is the first European airline to offer a seat which reclines within a fixed shell in an intermediate cabin.
Passengers also benefit from Business class comfort with the amenities kit, the feather pillow and the pure new wool blanket. The meal service is the same as in the Voyageur (Economy) cabin.
At the airport, Premium Voyageur customers benefit from priority check-in desks, a free baggage allowance of two pieces weighing up to 23 kg each, boarding at their convenience and priority baggage delivery on arrival.
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