Air France takes delivery of its 60th 777

Victoria
By Victoria April 11, 2012 12:40

Air France takes delivery of its 60th 777

Air France has taken delivery of its 60th Boeing 777. This aircraft will, be used on its Caribbean-Indian Ocean network from Paris Charles de Gaulle.

With this latest addition to its fleet, Air France is continuing to invest in its product, combining quality and comfort for its routes to the French Overseas Departments.

This latest Boeing 777-300ER is equipped with 14 “full sleep” longer and wider Business Class seats. Completely redesigned to provide more comfort, it is one of the most spacious and comfortable seat beds on the market. These seats will feature on all Boeing 777 flights to Fort de France, Pointe à Pitre and Réunion Island from July.

The Alizé (premium economy) cabin, with 32 seats, offers all the comforts of a private space, thanks to its new fixed-shell seat offering 40 per cent more space than the Voyageur (economy) cabin.

This Boeing 777-300ER also has 422 seats in the Voyageur (Economy) cabin, offering a high level of comfort.

Air France is due to take delivery of a further two Boeing 777-300ER aircraft this month and in May. The aircraft is noted for its fuel-efficiency, contributing to Air France’s objective of limiting the environmental impact of each flight.

Victoria
By Victoria April 11, 2012 12:40
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