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Air France's new cabins take off to Bangui!

Posted 1 September 2015 · Add Comment

Since 1 September 2015, Air France customers have been able to travel to Bangui (Central African Republic) from Paris-Charles de Gaulle, on board a Boeing 777-200 equipped with the Company's new long-haul travel cabins.

They can enjoy the latest Business class cabin, a real cocoon in the sky, as well as the brand new Premium Economy and Economy seats which have been completely redesigned for optimal travel comfort.

After Douala, Malabo and Yaoundé, Bangui is the fourth destination in Africa to benefit from Air France's new travel cabins, known as "BEST". 

PERSONALIZED SERVICES ON ROUTES TO AFRICA
Air France offers customers on its African routes tailor-made services as soon as they arrive at the airport, as well as the excellence of French in-flight service.
Around 1,000 local staff make up the Air France and KLM teams on the African continent. They receive continuous training in international industry standards, working on a daily basis to provide customers with the best of Air France and KLM.
On board, more than 2,500 cabin crew, belonging to Air France's Africa and Middle East Division, are attentive to the specific expectations of customers on African routes. The Company offers a specific meal service, with typical African products such as chili or bissap juice in Business class.

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