Air France has announced that it will begin equipping its Airbus A330 fleet with new cabin products from the end of 2017.
The new business, premium economy and economy seats have been developed in partnership with Zodiac Aerospace and are currently found on 31 of the airline’s B777s, which serve long-haul routes. To learn more about the improved products, see here.
As part of a €140 million (US$159 million) investment, the Skyteam member will be retrofitting its entire fleet of A330-200s with the new seats. The upgrade is expected to be completed by the end of 2018.
Each refitted A330-200 will come with 30 seats in business, 21 in premium economy and 175 in economy.
“If Air France is back among the best global airlines, this is partly thanks to our very high-quality products and services,” said Frédéric Gagey, Chairman and CEO of Air France. “Equipping our Airbus A330 fleet with these cabins is the next logical step in the move upmarket of Air France’s products and services.”
For more information, visit airfrance.com