Passengers who fly aboard Air France expect to fly in comfort if not luxury. The airline is known for providing customers flying first class with amenities that go over and above the provisions of some of the other more economical carriers. If you're going to pay for a first class flight, then it had better be worth the expense. That's their philosophy and they live up to it with 5 of the most luxurious planes for their passengers.
5. Boeing 777-200ER (772) Three Class V2
This aircraft is designed to accommodate three traveling classes with standard seats for economy class, an upgrade to recliner seats for premium economy and flatbed seats that feature 180 degrees recline for the business class. The aisles are exceptionally wide for the maximum in comfort. Each passenger has access to a personal entertainment system with video and audio options with a number of choices. This is the fifth most luxurious airplane in the Air France fleet.
The Airbus A340-300 is an updated model that the carrier uses for long-haul intercontinental flights. It offers passengers a choice of business, premium economy, and economy classes. The 275 seats are arranged in a configuration of three cabins that separate the classes. Premium economy offers 21 recliner seats which are more comfortable than the standard economy seating. The business class offers fliers angle flat seats for even greater comfort. All passengers have access to a good selection of onboard audio and video choices with on-demand features that includes movies and television.
3. Boeing 777 300ER Four Class
The four class version of Boeing's 777 300ER model has been designed with cabins that separate the classes. Seat plus options offer standard economy seats with an increase in the width for more comfort. The business class provides flatbed seats that feature 180 degrees recline. This is one of the few aircraft in the fleet that offers a Premiere seating where passengers are seated in 4 closed suites for the maximum in privacy, comfort, and luxury while in flight. All passengers have access to a good selection of audio and video choices with on-demand television and movie options. Meals are provided for long-haul flights, and snacks for those of shorter duration. Although the flight is not as quiet as the Airbus A380, it is reasonably tranquil and the la Premiere cabins are equipped with luxury accommodations to maximize guest comfort. One of the most remarkable features is the extra room in the suites.
2. Boeing 777-200ER (772) Three Class V1
This 777 200ER offers La Première seating with 4 enclosed suites for guests who fly in the ultimate in firsts class. The seats feature a 180-degree recline and there is ample space for passengers to move around freely without feeling cramped. The Business class offers flatbed seats also with 180-degrees recline with premium class offering recliner seats and economy with standard seats. Onboard personal entertainment is offered for all passengers with a choice of audio and video selections with on-demand television and movies available. The craft is used for long-haul intercontinental flights. The aisles in the Economy class cabin are less spacious than in the advanced class sectors. While this craft is not as quiet as the Airbus A380, it is respectably more quiet than many of the other commercial jets in use. It offers La Premiere guests the ultimate in comfort and luxury.
1. The Airbus A380
This is the largest airplane in Air France's entire fleet. in fact, it's one of the largest commercial airplanes built. It's an exceptional luxury aircraft that features ample additional space to give passengers room to move around without feeling cramped. The cabins are tastefully decorated with extra wide aisles. It has the range to make international flights without the need for connections for additional convenience and comfort when traveling long distance. This craft features new technology that makes it the quietest airplane within its classification. It offers passengers a comfortable and quiet ride that is both serene and tranquil. In addition, it's made to be more friendly to the environment. It is constructed with carbon fiber, aluminum, and glass with a design that reduces mass and makes it more aerodynamic than other comparable aircraft. When compared to the A330, it uses 20% less fuel and it doesn't sacrifice space or luxury accommodations in the process.
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