The Air France Boeing 777-300 aircraft, mainly serving destinations in the Caribbean and Indian Ocean, are being fitted with new cabins.
From January to December 2020, Air France will gradually install these new cabins on all its 10 Boeing 777-300s mainly dedicated to this network, totalling an overall investment of 120 million euros.
In addition to Pointe-à-Pitre, Fort-de-France and Saint-Denis de la Réunion, these new cabins will be progressively available this year on routes to Mauritius, Havana, Cancun, Santo Domingo and Punta Cana.
New predefined ‘relax’ position
The Air France Boeing 777-300 business cabin seat reclines to become a real bed nearly two metres long. It also offers a new predefined “relax” position. With the 1/2/1 seating arrangement, all customers have direct aisle access and can enjoy total privacy thanks to a removable partition.
Passengers can also turn on their ‘do not disturb’ sign via the seat control. A storage compartment with a mirror and noise-reducing headphones, an electric socket, two USB ports, an 18.5-inch HD screen, an individually adjustable reading light and mood lighting are provided together with a suede and leather comfort kit.
The premium economy cabin has new seats with a 48.8cm seat width, a seat recline of 130° inside a fixed shell, lumbar support adapted to different morphologies. Additional legroom, softer seat foams and wider leather armrests are also provided for added comfort during the journey.
The class also provides additional storage, individual adjustable reading lights, digital tablet stands, power outlets and two USB ports. Passengers will also have noise-cancelling headphones to enjoy a wide selection of entertainment accessible from their individual 13.3-inch HD screen.
The economy cabin has seats 43cm wide with a 118° recline, soft adjustable headrests and ergonomic seat foam. The cabin offers latest-generation 11.6-inch high-definition individual screens, audio headphones, USB ports and larger seat tables.
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