Cabins - Air France
Economy seats are arranged in a six seat per row formation, with a minimum seat pitch of 32 inches.
Premium Economy seats are also arranged in a six seat per row formation but have a larger seat pitch, ranging from 34 – 38 inches dependant on aircraft. Premium economy passengers also receive a range of French and international magazines and have a segregated cabin.
Premium Business Passengers have access to the first rows in the cabin, where the seats are arranged in a four seat per row formation with a tray table replacing the middle seats. Premium business passengers also receive complimentary magazines and newspapers.
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Economy Passengers receive a travel amenity kit containing a relaxing eye mask, ear plugs and refreshing towelette. Seat arrangement and pitch will depend on aircraft but minimum seat pitch is 32 inches. Foot rests are fully retractable, as are headrests. Economy passengers are offered a free assortment of beverages (hot, cold, alcoholic and non-alcoholic), as well as a snack adapted to your departure hour and the length of your flight.
Premium Economy Passengers experience new premium economy seats, including power outlet socket and a personal in-flight entertainment system. Passengers will also receive French and international magazines as well as blankets, pillows and sleep kits where appropriate. Seats can be tilted back up to 123 degrees, and include a private reading lamp and a wider seat back table tray.
Business Class Passengers have wider seats with more space (seat pitch minimum of 34 inches) and are offered pillows, blankets and a specialist Affaires travel kit including toiletries. Many aircraft now offer fully reclining seats and some also include in-flight telephone services. Passengers are also offered a personal cloakroom service.
First Class Passengers are offered larger, wider recliner or lie-flat seats which are fitted with a personal entertainment system and a power socket. Also available are luxury blankets and pillows, cushions, a premier travel kit and a personalised check in service. All first class passengers have direct aisle access from their seat, as well as a private drawer to store possessions and an auto massage system in the seatback.
All premium passengers are offered a meal and selection of beverages during their flight, dependant on the departure hour and length of flight.
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