Air France Unveils New Luxury Cabins

  • Air France's new first class cabin.

    Air France's new first class cabin.

  • The two-meter bed features bedding from Sofitel.

    The two-meter bed features bedding from Sofitel.

  • An HD touchscreen is one of the cabin's many amenities.

    An HD touchscreen is one of the cabin's many amenities.

  • Air France's Boeing 777-300.

    Air France's Boeing 777-300.

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From Air France comes the latest in luxury travel with their new La Première cabins, first class private luxury suites. Beginning in September, the cabins will begin debuting on 19 Air France Boeing 777-300 aircraft, used for long-haul flights. With four on each plane, the suites offer complete comfort and relaxation for their guests, with a personal 24-inch HD touch screen, ergonomic seats for back support, a two-meter flatbed with bedding from Sofitel, menus from Michelin-starred chefs (served with specially designed fine porcelain and cutlery), cosmetics from Givenchy, automatic window blinds, and plenty of outlets. In true French fashion, the space has the feel of a boudoir, decked with a private wardrobe, leather headrests and armrests, wood and metal accents, and thick tweed upholstery. And with an ottoman and retractable curtains—privacy or company, it’s the passenger’s choice.

For more information, visit Air France.

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