Air France has launched a set of limited edition amenity kits to celebrate its 85th anniversary and has announced a new a la carte dining menu for Economy and Premium economy passengers who are happy to pay a little extra to swap out the meals offered as part of their fare.
From tomorrow, 9 January 2019, Air France is launching a new premium a la carte menu called "healthy" (I hope they didn't pay anyone to come up with that name!) and, according to the airline, it will offer a "light and balanced" option "inviting customers to enjoy fresh, gourmet products on board a long-haul flight".
Air France has partnered with the French national train operator to offer passengers departing Paris Charles de Gaulle the opportunity to check their bags at a central Paris railway station on the day of their flight.
Air France & KLM are currently offering a fantastic Business Class fare for travel between Helsinki and Dubai and the fare is available for multiple months of 2019.
If you've been struggling to find a gift for the AvGeek in your life Air France may be able to help you out. Soon, and for a limited time, you'll be able choose to buy up to three new products that have been created from the fabric used to cover the seats in Air France's Concorde fleet.
If you’ve flown in Air France Premium Economy or Business Class this month you may have noticed that the airline has refreshed two of its onboard amenity kits for the second half of the year (I haven’t heard about any changes to the First Class offering). The new amenity kits debuted on flights back on 1 July and they will be offered onboard through 31 December 2018.
I've just bought an Amazon Echo Dot. It was on sale, it wasn't expensive and I wanted to see what it could do. So far I've managed to get it to pair it with my Sonos speakers (but haven't managed to get to to play anything other than Amazon Music) and I've managed to pair it with with my TV (but it refuses to control it) so you could say that my Amazon Alexa experiment is a work in progress - I'm still not sure just how useful it is.
Air France has been slowly ceding it's less popular routes (or the routes with increased low-cost competition) to Joon and now the lower-cost carrier is getting a new destination courtesy of Air France.
Blog posts about good Business Class sales between Europe and Asia usually center around Qatar Airways and, occasionally, Finnair....but this time neither of those airlines is involved. Surprisingly, at least to me, SkyTeam is currently offering a selection of excellent Business Class fares between Warsaw and various cities in Asia.
A round-up of some of the latest news items that didn't really warrant a whole article each but that could be of interest nonetheless. Includes details of a n improvement in the Etihad offering to Switzerland, news of the latest hotel opening in Sydney and details of Air France's new route to Kenya.