Air France, KLM Upgrade Inflight Products

Travellers flying on Air France and KLM can look forward to onboard product and service improvements. Air France has announced it will be introducing a Premium Voyageur cabin to its Airbus A380s next summer, while KLM is launching a la carte catering onboard selected intercontinental services for Economy Class passengers.

 

Air France A380s To Have Premium Voyageur Product In 2011

Coinciding with the launch of the airline’s first A330 jet fitted with the popular Premium Voyageur cabin, Air France has announced that it will introduce the product onboard its Airbus A380 aircraft in summer 2011, making it the second operator of the double-decker plane after Qantas to have a premium economy cabin. Currently available on flights between Paris and Abidjan, Beijing, Beirut, Buenos Aires, Dakar, Dubai, Hong Kong, Houston, Lagos, Libreville, Los Angeles, Luanda, Mexico City, Montreal, New York (John F. Kennedy), Osaka, Santiago, Seoul, Shanghai, Singapore and Tokyo, Air France expects to complete refitting the rest of its long-haul fleet with Premium Voyageur seats by the end of this year.

 

For more information, visit www.airfrance.com.

 

KLM Launches Inflight Catering Pilot Offering Greater Choices In Economy Class

Air France’s sister airline KLM is piloting a project to offer Economy Class passengers a la carte dining options on flights from Amsterdam to Bali (Denpasar), Bangkok, Cape Town, Dubai, Singapore and Taipei. From now until end August 2010, travellers have the option to select from 4 dishes, including a healthy Japanese meal, an Indonesian rice table meal, an Italian meal and a sustainable dining meal of organic chicken, vegetables and cheese. Each meal is priced at 15 Euros and can be purchased when they perform their online flight check-in between 30 and 24 hour prior to departure.

 

For more information, visit www.klm.com.

 

Both Air France and KLM are part of the Air France – KLM Group, one of Europe’s largest airline companies with hubs in Paris and Amsterdam. The 2 airlines are also members of the Skyteam alliance.

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