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Since 29 March 2015, Air France is offering the La Première cabin on its daily flight between Paris and Beirut. Flights are operated by B-773 equipped with 303 seats – 8 in La Première, 67 in Business, 28 in Premium Economy and 200 in Economy.
With the launch of this new offer, Air France is offering its customers the chance to benefit from an exceptional fare* when purchasing a ticket for La Première class on departure from Beirut.
With its La Première class, Air France has laid down the codes of an outstanding service to meet the needs of customers sensitive to the slightest detail, designed around the three watchwords of consideration, discretion, and awareness. As soon as the passenger arrives on board, everything possible is done to ensure they have an unforgettable trip.
EXCEPTIONAL COMFORT AND GOURMET DELIGHTS IN THE LA PREMIERE CABIN
In the La Première cabin, Air France customers are pampered in a seat that converts into a real bed over 2 metres long and which is positioned at an angle so as to give them direct access to the aisle. The seat folds out into a fully-flat bed, with an additional mattress and high-quality linens and duvets. In addition to a wide tray table, the seat has a number of integrated functions: back massage, an interactive video screen, an à la carte video programme, a PC power outlet, an individual telephone, soft lighting and a fibre optic reading light.
To ensure customers enjoy a fine culinary experience throughout their trip, passengers departing from Beirut are offered a selection of refined culinary delights on the menu in Air France’s La Première and Business cabins. Chef Christian Dukers has developed a selection of colourful, delectable and refined inventive recipes. Every three months, the menu is renewed for passengers. To enhance each dish in the La Première cabin, Air France has appointed Jean-Marie Massaud, a famous French designer, to design a new line of tableware, combining elegance, subtlety and modernity.
Air France also offers a choice of wines selected by Paolo Basso, voted world’s best sommelier in 2013. In La Première and Business cabins, he works together with Bettane & Desseauve, authors of the French Wine Guide. Thanks to the knowledge of these internationally renowned experts, Air France customers can enjoy exceptional wines during their trip.
For its La Première customers travelling from and to Beirut with a long-haul connection at Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Air France provides, at no additional charge, a limousine transfer service and a night at one of the following hotels:
The Peninsula Paris, the Bristol Paris, the Mandarin Oriental Paris.
NEW BEST TRAVEL CABINS AS FROM AUTUMN 2015
As from 14 September 2015, Air France’s new BEST travel cabins will be available on flights between Beirut and Paris. On board, each La Première guest has a designer suite, ensuring optimum privacy. Air France dresses each suite with thick curtains, held back with leather tiebacks. A unique and daring concept, they enable the passenger to decide whether to have full or partial privacy. In an instant, the La Première suite can be converted into a fully-flat bed over two metres long.
Air France customers will also be able to enjoy the new Business cabin, a real cocoon in the sky, along with the new Premium Economy cabins with 40% additional space, and Economy offering optimum travel comfort for all.