Promotion: Premium Voyageur - welcome to a new class of comfort
Premium Voyageur: More space. Extra amenities. Affordable luxury
Published 02/03/2010 | 10:07
In October 2009, Air France launched a new cabin to its long-haul flights. This cabin, positioned between Affaires (business class) and Voyageur (economy class) cabins, offers spacious, fixed shell seats and many business class amenities.
40% more comfort
Premium Voyageur’s cabin provides 40% more individual space compared to economy class. Its specially designed fixed shell seats were created to enhance passengers’ comfort and sense of privacy.
The seat can recline to 123 degrees without disturbing the person behind. The 48cm seat width, leather armrests and generous 38 inch seat pitch for extra leg room, all go towards ensuring a comfortable journey.
The amenities onboard
Premium Voyageur passengers are treated to a travel amenity kit, a feather pillow and pure new wool blanket (all identical to business class), a personal bottle of water and noise-reducing headphones providing high quality hi-fi sound for the in-flight entertainment. A choice of two delicious hot dishes and accompanying Champagne, wines and liqueurs are served onboard.
Priority check-in desks (available at certain airports), an increased baggage allowance (identical to business class), priority baggage delivery on arrival and boarding at your own convenience are all part of the Premium Voyageur experience.
Bonus Flying Blue miles
Premium Voyageur passengers who are members of Flying Blue, AIR FRANCE KLM’s frequent flyer programme, will receive an additional 25% bonus miles.
The voyage begins today
Premium Voyageur cabins will be gradually phased in on the entire long-haul network, on flights operated by Boeing 777s (except services to the Caribbean and Indian Ocean), Airbus A380s, A340s and A330s.
Premium Voyageur is available now for travel on selected flights to the following destinations:
New York JFK, Tokyo, Singapore, Beirut, Beijing, Hong Kong, Osaka, Buenos Aires and Seoul.
More destinations to be added soon.
For reservations and more information, visit www.airfrance.ie