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Air France debuts its new long-haul cabin

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The first of Air France’s fully upgraded Boeing 777-300ERs, “Fontainebleau,” departed for New York on a scheduled flight on January 20. The airplane is also scheduled to travel to Dakar and Rio de Janeiro.

The airline’s cutting-edge cabin interior, which will later be added to the remaining 12 B777-300ER aircraft with a three-class configuration, is featured on an Air France aircraft for the first time in the company’s fleet (Business, Premium Economy, and Economy classes). The refit may eventually be expanded to other aircraft types in the long-haul fleet of the airline, according to sources at Air France.

All of Air France’s long-haul aircraft will have full lie-flat seats and in-flight wifi after this refurbishment is finished.

With noble and natural materials like leather, wool, and weathered aluminum used in the finishings and a color scheme that radiates sobriety and minimalism, the cabin has been intended to provide a space that is both elegant and cozy.

There are 48 Safran Cirrus seats in the business class cabin, each with sliding doors for increased privacy (although the two adjoining seats in the center of the cabin can be turned into a convivial joint space of sorts).

Photo cover by Air France

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