New Cabin for Air France's Short- and Medium-Hall Fleets

 

Air France has a new cabin for its Airbus A321 planes traveling on its short and medium-haul fleets.

The new cabin, providing additional space in width and height, has also been given a makeover, with more spacious overhead baggage compartments, lighting that enhances the fully renovated ceiling, a new trim for the windows, making them look wider, renovated passenger control functionalities (air vents, individual lighting, call button) and seat numbering also displayed in Braille.

A new cabin decor, adding a more light-filled and graphic dimension to the design, has also been provided.

In all, seven new aircraft will be delivered during 2008: two will be introduced on Metropolitan France routes (in January and February); three will serve European routes (in February and March) and two will serve Amman, Damascus, Yerevan and Tel Aviv (in March and April). Visit www.airfrance.com.

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