Premium Voyageur's first anniversary and already 400,000 customers
Wednesday 10, November 2010
In a little more than a year, 400,000 customers have already travelled in Air France’s Premium Voyageur cabin which offers 40 percent more space and very competitive fares.
“Premium Voyageur is a great success with our leisure customers, including seniors and SMEs looking for enhanced comfort on long-haul flights. 77% of customers think that Premium Voyageur has met or even surpassed their expectations. They above all appreciate the comfort of the seat and the ground services providing smoother passage through the airport such as access to the Business class check-in desks, the larger baggage allowance with priority delivery, dedicated security channels and priority boarding and disembarkation.” declared Christian Herzog, SVP Marketing at Air France-KLM. “Customers who have travelled in Premium Voyageur highly appreciate this product and over 70% of them would recommend it to a friend or colleague” he added.
This new intermediary cabin, located between the Economy and Business cabins, is now available on the entire Air France long-haul network (served by international Boeing 777s, Airbus A340s and A330s), i.e. over 50 destinations. 76 long-haul aircraft have been equipped in just one year. Air France’s A380s will be gradually equipped with the Premium Voyageur cabin as from April 2011.
Premium Voyageur offers a very competitive range of fares, accessible to all and particularly well adapted to small and medium-sized businesses. Some examples of fares (starting at, return, including tax, excluding service charges):
In just one year, Air France has continually innovated and launched three new seats
The launch of the Premium Voyageur cabin is part of an ongoing permanent innovation programme. In just one year, Air France has introduced three new seats:
At the same time as extending its range of products, Air France is continuing its ongoing fleet modernization strategy.
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