Air France has unveiled a revamped dining area in its lounge at New York JFK.
The T1 lounge now features furniture and fittings inspired by a Parisian brasserie, including imitation leather couches.
The mezzanine dining area now has a total of 34 tables seating two people each, as well as a two tables for up to six guests.
The revamped dining facility has been designed to reinforce the carrier’s Night Service, allowing customers to enjoy a full table service meal before their night flight, comprising of a starter, main course, cheese and dessert, accompanied by a wine and champagne menu.
Air France says that since the Night Service was introduced in 2016, nearly 50 per cent of customers travelling on night flights in business class opt to dine in the lounge.
The Night Service is available for La Premiere, business class and Flying Blue Platinum and Gold members departing on flights AF009 (departing JFK at 2250) and AF011 (departing JFK at 2130).
Air France said that from February it would also be introducing a new range of services dedicated to customers’ well-being at the lounge.