Air France has announced that it is working on the redesign of its La Première cabin, the most exclusive available on the company’s flights. The new service will be implemented during the Nordic winter of 2023-2024.
The new cabin will be “the longest on the market” and will offer up to three fully privatized modular configurations. It will also be available on more aircraft in the long-haul fleet.
This is Air France’s most exclusive offer. Currently, it is configured with just four seats and is only available on nineteen aircraft in the company’s fleet.
Benjamin Smith, CEO of Air France-KLM, said that “La Première represents the highest level of French excellence and is an integral part of Air France’s DNA”.
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Introduced in 2014, the class is available on routes to North America, South America, Africa and the Middle East. It offers private suites, equipped with seats that convert into fully flat beds over two meters long and 77 centimeters wide.
The menus on board are signed by Michelin chefs and are regularly updated. It offers a wide selection of wines and champagnes and an entertainment service with more than 1,000 hours of programming.
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