Those, who are planning to travel from Kempegowda International Airport in Bengaluru (BLR) or Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) in Delhi to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, will get the opportunity to enjoy the services of the French flag carrier.
If you are planning to spend your vacation in Paris and want to visit places like Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum, Arc de Triomphe, Champs-Élysée and Palace of Versailles, Air France is offering you a more comfortable journey. Air France has unveiled its revamped travel cabins available onboard Airbus A330. Additional comfort has been provided across Business, Premium Economy and Economy.
Those, who are planning to travel from Kempegowda International Airport in Bengaluru (BLR) or Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) in Delhi to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, will get the opportunity to enjoy the services of the French flag carrier. The services have commenced on Bengaluru–Paris route on June 18 and will be effective on the Delhi – Paris route from June 28. Fliers will be able to experience the comfort of these cabins on flights to Paris-Charles de Gaulle from Bengaluru and Delhi until end of October this year.
Air France Business class cabin offers a sliding panel separating the seats. The seats convert into a full-flat bed for a relaxed journey. Customers also receive amenity kits filled with Clarins beauty products and services that include complimentary champagne and French candy upon arrival at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport.
The Premium Economy cabin of Air France offers additional space as has one of the widest seats that offers 130° seat recline in a fixed shell, 102 cm seat pitch, lumbar support adapted to different body shapes. The softer seat cushions and wider leather armrests have also been redesigned. The red feather pillow and deep blue blanket ensure that customers have a relaxing journey. Additional storage space, a wider footrest are some of the features that is provided in the cabin for a comfortable journey.
Air France’s Economy cabin has is revamped to provide additional comfort, with wider seats ergonomic foam in the seat and a 118° recline, 79 cm legroom, a larger tray table, and a wider, latest generation 11.6-inch touch screen. In addition, the economy seats are also equipped with a personal power outlet and a USB plug, allowing passengers to use electronic devices throughout the flight. Customers also get chic collectable night masks, inspired by the company’s destinations.
“This latest revamped offering from Air France is a testament of our commitment to provide best in class products and services to our customers in India. The new long-haul travel cabins are refreshing and will provide our valued customers with improved amenities making their travel experience more comfortable and satisfying,” Jean – Noel Rault, General Manager, Air France – KLM, Indian Sub-Continent said.