Air France’s Lavish New Cabins Now Fly to Tokyo

  • Aside from privacy, La Premiere offers fliers a range of unique culinary experience.

    Aside from privacy, La Premiere offers fliers a range of unique culinary experience.

  • Air France's revamped Boeing 777 features four cabins, including La Première, the carrier's first class suites.

    Air France's revamped Boeing 777 features four cabins, including La Première, the carrier's first class suites.

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Air France passengers flying between Paris and Tokyo can now indulge in the carrier’s all-new cabins after the recent introduction of its revamped Boeing 777 to flights connecting both cities. The aircraft features a four-cabin configuration, namely La Premiere (first class), business class, premium economy class, and economy class. La Premiere allows fliers an elevated sense of comfort with seats that can be turned into over two-meter-long beds, complete with a 61 cm HD touchscreen monitors and curtain partitions for a better sense of privacy during flights. The aircraft’s business cabin also come with seats that can stretch flat, with a 41 cm HD touch screen. Passengers flying premium economy can enjoy a more comfortable flying experience with a multi-position footrest, while those in the economy cabin will see an all-new seat design that comes with a more spacious legroom, a wider tray table, and improved headrests. Flights from Paris-Charles de Gaulle take off at 1:40 p.m. and arrive in Tokyo-Narita at 9:40 a.m., while returning flights are scheduled for a 12:10 p.m. takeoff from Tokyo-Narita and will land back in Paris at 4:55 p.m. The airline says it is expecting to launch the revamped aircraft to other destinations after its winter operations end in March, with cities such as Shanghai, Osaka, Jakarta, Singapore, and Hong Kong among its targeted destinations.

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