Individuals flying between Paris and the United States can sleep better during their business class flights….
These have been made available on two intercontinental flight paths and also focus on promoting a good night’s sleep on board.
In July 2015 exclusive and comfortable sleeping compartments or ‘business cabins’ were added to flights between Paris and LA, and also between Paris and Washington.
These cabins are perfect for women travelers who are flying Business class and who are in need of proper rest and relaxation during a long haul flight.
The new Air France cabins incorporate a 1-2-1 seat configurations and ensure passengers can sleep peacefully and also work in private in their Business class seats.
The Business class cabin seats effortlessly convert into horizontal beds and are padded with soft, elegant upholstery for maximum comfort. They can also be adjusted to eat, sleep or work during a flight and there’s direct aisle access for all passengers.
To help ease any jet lag and to promote a better night’s sleep, Air France are also providing feather down pillows, soft duvets and noise reduction headphones.
For in-flight entertainment 16″ HD screens add to the feeling of traveling in comfort on this favorite French airline. Movies, TV series, music and games are updated by the airline every month.
Smartphones and computers will never be short of power and can be charged throughout a flight. Comfort kits are also available which include items such as a Clarins moisturizer, eye mask, lip balm and comb.
Self serve Clarins items are also provided in the cabins restrooms.
Business class travelers can enjoy the BEST- equipped Boeing 777’s which are already available on the New York, Singapore, Tokyo and Dubai flights.
By the summer of 2016, over 2000 Business class seats will be made available on 44 Boeing 777’s.
An exclusive ‘red carpet’ type of service is also in place at several select airports which are served by Air France KLM via the comprehensive SkyPriority team.
Ahead of any flight, passengers using business class travel with Air France have access to well-appointed SkyTeam Business Lounges worldwide, as well as exclusive and efficient check-in areas.
New York, Singapore, Tokyo and Dubai passengers are also enjoying using the airline’s La Premiere suites which are available on their 8777-300 air crafts.
These private compartments allow passengers to move around peacefully as they fly whilst enjoying a personal coat service, private reading lamp, futon mattress and comfortable, fluffy duvet.
Travelers who book a La Premiere suite can simply create their ‘own world in the sky.’ whenever they fly.
For female travelers using the La Premiere suite and the Business class cabins with Air France through 2016, they can continue to enjoy fine dining from Michelin starred chefs such as Joel Robuchon and Guy Martin.
Entertainment services include 1000 hours of on-demand programming, a relaxation video, an intuitive touch screen interface and remote control in 12 different languages.
For travelers with flight bookings that are long haul to and from Paris-Charles de Gaulle, this airport is known to be tricky to navigate. To save time, travelers can now drop their baggage off the day ahead of their flights and they can also view their cabins virtually.
The Air France Press app is available on smartphone and on tablet and allows travelers to download newspapers and magazines from the airline’s digital press library.
These media items are available worldwide from 30 hours before a flight, until departure and can be viewed before, during and after a flight.
Air France was voted ‘World’s Most Improved Airline’ in 2015 and continues to be a favorite airline for the female business traveler who travels frequently across the Atlantic and who enjoys a quality Business class flight service.
From June 2016, Air France will be adding an additional route to its flight schedules with a new service between Paris-Orly and New York-JFK
This flight service will be operated by Boeing 777-200 and is part of the transatlantic joint venture with Delta .
Offering customers the chance to leave from Paris’ second busiest airport, the service will help passengers connect with the domestic network on arrival at Paris-Orly.
Photography courtesy of Air France