Air France has opened its latest lounge at Paris Orly.
The 720 sqm space is open to business class passengers and Flying Blue Elite Plus members departing for long-haul flights from Terminal 3.
The airline said it had been exclusively designed for customers travelling to New York, Algiers in Algeria, Cayenne in Guiana, Fort-de-France in Martinique, Pointe-à-Pitre in Guadeloupe and St Denis de la Réunion on Réunion.
The lounge is open from 0700 to 2100 and has 120 seats, including private alcoves, dining tables and a ‘relaxation area’ with spacious seats.
It has a champagne bar with French signature brands, a wine bar, a rum bar and a sweet selection of pastries and fresh fruit.
A buffet will offer cold meats, cheese and hot dishes, while a snacks kiosk will serve salads and soups.
There are also showers and a co-working space featuring smartphone-compatible wireless charging systems.
A private area with extra chairs will be available to Air France Ultimate customers.
Premium economy and economy passengers flying to those locations will have the option to pay for lounge access. We have contacted the airline to request details on pricing and availability.