Top Reasons to Travel with Air France in 2014
Air France’s 80th Anniversary, a year full of surprises
Air France celebrates its 80th anniversary with special surprises for our customers all year long. From collector’s editions of in-flight amenity kits in Business class to monthly travel-themed short stories by well-known authors in our inflight Air France magazine, Air France will display 80 years of history a la Française under the slogan: “The sky, our passion”.
Best&Beyond: a brand new travel experience
La Première - Enjoy the on-board signature dishes by Joel Robuchon and by Chef Alain Ducasse in the CDG La Premiere lounge.
Business class - Taste the new meals designed by Thibaut Ruggeri, head chef at the French establishment Lenôtre and 2013 winner of the Bocuse d’Or. New seats will be announced in 2014.
Premium Economy – Discover an enhanced meal-service on-board, new and larger HD Touch Screens and softer seat cushion in a revamped cabin.
Economy – Enjoy more leg and knee room, new seat cushions, USB ports and larger and newer HD Touch screens for an improved travel experience.
A380 flies to San Francisco
Starting from March 30, 2014 and throughout the 2014 summer season, Air France will serve San Francisco daily by the A380, the largest super jumbo in its long-haul fleet. This Airbus is already a new reference in terms of air transport and the environment. In addition to unparalleled comfort in a spacious cabin, the A380 offers a particularly quiet cabin and is more fuel-efficient, generating fewer CO2 emissions.
Air France provides customer service 24/7 on social media, in an aim to provide an even better service. If passengers have a question about their trip, a doubt about their flight time or wish to modify their reservation, Air France answers all requests directly on its official Facebook page and on Twitter by using #AirFrance.
Air France-KLM world air transport leader in 2012 for the 9th year running.