For flights lasting longer than eight and a half hours, passengers can grab themselves a self-serve “My Little Gourmandises” snack, while on flights lasting between eight and a half and 10 and a half hours, passengers are given a “Bon Appetit” breakfast snack bag. A French-style sweet is also offered on arrival.
Speaking about the new cabins, Anne Rigail, Air France’s executive vice president, customer, said: “Today we are celebrating the arrival of our new products and services in our Economy and Premium Economy long-haul cabins, for an even more comfortable and relaxing travel experience.
“With a further investment of 150 million euros in the cabins of our A330s, this is a major step in our overall strategy to move upmarket, a strategy that has been underway since 2014 and which will result in our 15 Airbus A330s being equipped as from 2019.”
Travellers wishing to check out the new cabins ahead of their launch next year can do so from September 26 to October 3, during which time the new products will be on display on the ground floor at the BHV Marais store in Paris.