If you're thinking of heading to the French Alps for some skiing or hiking, you might be taking a flight via Air France, which is a French airline. Its main hub is Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris, France. Air France has 20 domestic destinations and flies to 150 cities in 83 countries.
The first-class cabin has four to eight seats, which are positioned at an angle to provide easy access to the aisle. The seats fold out into a bed with a mattress, blanket and pillow.
Designated seats are reserved for business travelers. There are rows of two seats, which are separated by a small table. The seats also provide ample leg room for aisle access.
Premium Economy Class
Seating in this class is reserved over three rows and is separated from the other classes by a divider. Seats are extra-wide with leather armrests. There also are adjustable headrests and leg rests as well as footrests.
This Air France economy seat class offers down-filled cushions, blankets, travel kits, retractable armrests, adjustable footrests and headrests and contoured seating.
Air France airlines offers a wide range of on-board entertainment. On long-haul flights, passengers can choose from listening to music on a variety of channels, and there are 85 movies on demand, as well as regular TV programming and news channels.
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