Posts Tagged: france

Air France reimagines Business Class product, specifically for their leisure routes from Orly and Caribbean & Indian Ocean destinations

Air France has just announced two new Business Class product launches, both on the ground and in the skies, geared towards the leisure market. Launched in close proximity the airline has announced its latest Caribbean and Indian Ocean retrofit featuring

Air France reimagines Business Class product, specifically for their leisure routes from Orly and Caribbean & Indian Ocean destinations

Air France has just announced two new Business Class product launches, both on the ground and in the skies, geared towards the leisure market. Launched in close proximity the airline has announced its latest Caribbean and Indian Ocean retrofit featuring

Air France Has Some Fantastic Business Class Deals Right Now!

When booking flights, it’s no secret that we are a fan of Air France. Their product, service and new CDG lounge all make for a great choice when flying long-haul from the UK. But September, globally usually means there are

Air France Has Some Fantastic Business Class Deals Right Now!

When booking flights, it’s no secret that we are a fan of Air France. Their product, service and new CDG lounge all make for a great choice when flying long-haul from the UK. But September, globally usually means there are

Air France Fully Opens CDG Terminal 2E Hall L Business Class Lounge With Beautiful New Design Touches

January saw the first part of Air France’s latest Business Class lounge open and having already welcomed more than 200,000 customers, the airline today presented its complete Business Class lounge located in Hall L of Terminal 2E at Paris-Charles de Gaulle

Air France Fully Opens CDG Terminal 2E Hall L Business Class Lounge With Beautiful New Design Touches

January saw the first part of Air France’s latest Business Class lounge open and having already welcomed more than 200,000 customers, the airline today presented its complete Business Class lounge located in Hall L of Terminal 2E at Paris-Charles de Gaulle

TheDesignAir Exclusive Interview With Véronique Jeanclerc, Chief Of The Architecture & Design Department, Air France

Air France has – for many years – been a bastion of design detail. From uniforms, the ever changing menu card designs, amenity kits, safety videos and now new CDG lounges featuring digital art installations, every design choice is carefully

TheDesignAir Exclusive Interview With Véronique Jeanclerc, Chief Of The Architecture & Design Department, Air France

Air France has – for many years – been a bastion of design detail. From uniforms, the ever changing menu card designs, amenity kits, safety videos and now new CDG lounges featuring digital art installations, every design choice is carefully

Joon Delves A Little Deeper With Its Brand Image

Joon has recently pulled back the curtain on its brand image. The ‘younger’ sister carrier to Air France, Joon is actively targeting millennials, a similar concept to competitor IAG’s Level product. The difference between Joon and Level being the key

Joon Delves A Little Deeper With Its Brand Image

Joon has recently pulled back the curtain on its brand image. The ‘younger’ sister carrier to Air France, Joon is actively targeting millennials, a similar concept to competitor IAG’s Level product. The difference between Joon and Level being the key

Air France ‘Boost’ Becomes Joon

Air France’s latest venture, originally called Boost, and now officially titled Joon, is the carrier’s attempt to reduce operating costs and compete with the growth of younger, less expensive airlines now flying medium and long-haul routes around the world. The

Air France ‘Boost’ Becomes Joon

Air France’s latest venture, originally called Boost, and now officially titled Joon, is the carrier’s attempt to reduce operating costs and compete with the growth of younger, less expensive airlines now flying medium and long-haul routes around the world. The

Air France Opens New Lounge In CDG Terminal 2G

Air France may be proving themselves as an excellent European airline for connecting passengers, with some of the shortest and most seamless connections in their hub Charles De Gaulle, but the investment into improving the passenger experience runs much deeper

Air France Opens New Lounge In CDG Terminal 2G

Air France may be proving themselves as an excellent European airline for connecting passengers, with some of the shortest and most seamless connections in their hub Charles De Gaulle, but the investment into improving the passenger experience runs much deeper