Airlines Air France reveals new cabin product

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Air France has revealed a new Economy and Premium Economy product for its Airbus A330 long-haul aircraft.

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The new Economy and Premium Economy class will be featured in Air France´s 15 Airbus A330 aircraft. Starting in January 2019, all aircraft will be refitted. Additionally, customers will discover new services and a new colour scheme. Air France hopes to enhance its long-haul flights.

Anne Rigail, EVP Customer at Air France said: “Today we are celebrating the arrival of our new products and services in our Economy and Premium Economy long-haul cabins, for an even more comfortable and relaxing travel experience. With a further investment of 150 million euros in the cabins of our A330s, this is a major step in our overall strategy to move upmarket, a strategy that has been underway since 2014 and which will result in our 15 Airbus A330s being equipped as from 2019."

In Economy class, there will be more space between the armrests (44cm) with 70cm of legroom. Then, a new latest generation 11.7 inch touch screen will be installed, while the reinforced and improved seat will feature a 118° recline for better comfort.

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Economy class will also see a new design with deep blue monochrome accents combined with the Air France brand logo. A red blanket and collectible night mask will also be available. The A330 aircraft will also have Wi-Fi capabilities installed.

Air France´s Premium Economy will feature wider margins as well. With additional storage space, a wider footrest and a wide seat with 48.3 cm, passengers will enjoy a more comfortable ride. The seat can now adapt to different body shapes and features a 130° seat recline. The seat pitch is at 102 cm.

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Air France is the national flag carrier of France and the largest airline in the country. It is member of the Air France – KLM group and the Skyteam Alliance. Its fleet consists of over 200 aircraft, including 18 Airbus A318s, 35 A319s, 16 A321s, 15 A330s, two A340s, 10 A380s, 70 Boeing 777s and six 787 Dreamliners. Air France serves 191 destinations in 92 worldwide countries.

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