The carrier says its superjumbos will be equipped with Premium Voyageur cabins next summer, and the rest of its long-haul fleet will have been fitted with the product by the end of this year.
The news comes as Air France launches its first Airbus A330 aircraft fitted with the Premium Voyageur seating this week. It brings to 37 the number of aircraft featuring the product, with a total of 76 long-haul aircraft to be fitted by the end of 2010, followed by the carrier’s A380 aircraft in the summer of 2011.
Air France says that the Premium Voyageur product is currently available on routes to Abidjan, Beirut, Dakar, Dubai, Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo, Hong Kong, Washington, Houston, Seoul, New York-JFK, Osaka, Luanda, Los Angeles, Libreville, Lagos, Mexico City, Tokyo, Beijing, Shanghai, Santiago de Chile, Singapore and Montreal.
- For more information on the carrier’s Premium Voyageur seating, click here.
- For details of Air France’s A380 superjumbo, click here.
- For a comparison of the current A380 layouts operated by SIA, Emirates, Qantas, Air France and Lufthansa, click here.
For more information visit airfrance.co.uk.
Report by Mark Caswell