Photo: Manu Venkat|AirlineReporter Since Air France’s Airbus A380s are retired, their front runner is currently the 777-300ER. That really feels suitable, due to the fact that Air France was the 77W’s launch client back in 2004. Throughout the pandemic the airline company was silently functioning to revamp their onboard item, highlighted by a wonderful suite-style company course seat. As well as a month ago the very first
York, with even more courses and also airplanes to adhere to. Photo: Air France We went down
by a mock-up of the brand-new seat on display screen at New York’s Lincoln. The first occasion consisted of a Q&A session with Air France CEO Anne Rigail, that had a lot of discourse on the brand-new seats as well as the airline company’s plan of attack.< img decoding ="async"loading="careless"size ="754 "elevation ="503"src="https://getyourpilotslicense.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/05/air-frances-new-long-haul-business-class-is-airborne-2.jpg" alt ="Air France 77W "course=" wp-image-58115 "srcset=" https://getyourpilotslicense.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/05/air-frances-new-long-haul-business-class-is-airborne-2.jpg 754w, https://getyourpilotslicense.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/05/air-frances-new-long-haul-business-class-is-airborne-523.jpg 250w, https://getyourpilotslicense.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/05/air-frances-new-long-haul-business-class-is-airborne-524.jpg 768w, https://getyourpilotslicense.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/05/air-frances-new-long-haul-business-class-is-airborne-525.jpg 1536w, https://www.airlinereporter.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/IMG_1681-2048×1366.jpg 2048w "dimensions ="(max-width:
754px)100vw, 754px”> For a more detailed take a look at Air France’s brand-new service course as well as warm extracts from the meeting with their CEO keep reading! And also for any one of you in New York City today March 5th, we have information listed below on just how you can stop by the display screen on your own as well as go into to win a set of company course tickets. We flew Air France’s previous organization course on a 777-200ER simply before the pandemic. As well as truthfully that cabin was currently rather wonderful, with fully-flat reverse-herringbone seats as well as global aisle gain access to. Air France’s A350s have a various seat onboard, however we hear it’s still respectable. The aching factor is the minority of the long-haul fleet that still have maturing angle-flat seats, the like the one we flew(as well as really did not like)on a A380 back in 2019. The newly-launched service course will certainly be a particularly welcome upgrade to those airplane. The brand-new layout areas 48 seats in a comparable design to the previous variation, yet with a gliding door for
personal privacy, even more room and also storage space, as well as some higher-tech functions. Photo: Air France The bulkhead seats have a lot more area, sufficient that you can have one more guest over for supper. When we took an appearance at the seat at this previous week’s display in New York, we were excited. Also on the phase at that occasion was Air France CEO Anne Rigail, being talked to by the Points Guy’s Brian Kelly.
Rigail discussed that there are presently 3 airplane currently fitted with the brand-new cabin layout. The New York course is the preliminary emphasis, with Rio as well as various other cities to comply with as even more airplanes are retrofitted. When inquired about her favored attribute of the brand-new company course seat her response was definitive: “the door.”
Ecological sustainability is a concern for airline companies almost everywhere, specifically in Europe. Air France is no exemption. Rigail stressed that the largest eco-priority for Air France is raising using lasting air travel gas. The airline company additionally uses single-engine taxiing, is functioning to use plane-to-train links, as well as equips pilots to readjust courses to minimize gas.
Covering points up, Rigail kept in mind that Air France’s 90th birthday celebration remains in October of this year. We’re certain they’ll have lots of celebrations prepared.