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As all travellers know, take-off and landing can sometimes cause pain in the ears. The cabin pressure varies and can block passengers' ears. The chewing action is enough to balance this internal ear pressure and make the travel experience more enjoyable.
To take care of its customers' ears, Air France has created its own French chewing gum “La gomme à mâcher” with the agency BETC. Two flavours are available, both embodying French-style pleasure: pistachio-macaroon and crème brûlée. The gum is made in France and 100% natural.
This new product will be available before take-off on flights AF066 from Paris-Charles de Gaulle to Los Angeles (USA), AF084 from Paris-Charles de Gaulle to San Francisco (USA) and AF178 from Paris-Charles de Gaulle to Mexico City (Mexico), on 6 July. The gum will also be on offer at various Air France lounges at Paris-Charles de Gaulle (Terminal 2E, hall M, K, L, and 2 F1, F2, G) and Paris-Orly (hall 3).