Air France is one of the leading airlines in the world. It serves 185 destinations in as many as 83 countries. Air France was founded in the year 1933.
Air France has a mixed fleet of Airbus and Boeing for long-haul destinations while it makes use of Airbus 320 for short-haul routes. Air France is the official airline of the ever popular Cannes Film Festival. It has been prominently featured in major Hollywood hits, including the classic 1942 blockbuster Casablanca.
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Paris, Lyon, Dallas, Philadelphia, Caribbean, US, South America, Europe, West Africa, South East Asia, South West Asia, Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore.
- L'Espace Première (First)
- L'Espace Affaires (Business)
- Tempo (Economy)
Flying Blue is the frequent flyer of Air France. The program is classified into Standard (Ivory) and Elite (Silver, Gold and Platinum) service. You can redeem Award Miles for an air ticket by giving your Flying Blue card number to AIR FRANCE, KLM, Air Europa, Kenya Airways, SkyTeam or other airline partners. You can also spend Award Miles on hotel stays, car rentals and an entire range of other services.
Onboard entertainment in Air France comes in the form of cinema, News and TV, Games, Music and Voyage. You can choose from a selection of over 12 movies (available in several languages) which can be seen on a personal language. There are 6 theme-based channels and live news footage on TV. You can enjoy interactive games and listen to music from any of the 16 radio channels.Air France Magazine, the airline's in-flight publication, is included at each seat, and in ‘voyage’ you can check your air-craft’s position real-time, live footage of the plane take-off and the countryside you are flying over. The airline’s in-flight magazine Air France Magazine is quite a read, and so is Air France Madame, a fashion luxury magazine for women.