Singapore now served new flights by B777-200ER
Starting on 28 May 2012, Air France will be operating three additional round-trip flights between Paris and Singapore, giving travellers more options and flexibility.
The three new flights by Boeing 777-200ER are in addition to the daily round-trip flights currently operated by Air France between Paris and Singapore and will increase flight frequency to ten times a week.
The Boeing 777-200ER seats 309 passengers in a 4-cabin configuration:
The aircraft is equipped with the new Air France Business Class seat. With a fixed shell seat guaranteeing the passenger’s privacy, the seat structure and environment have been redesigned to offer:
· A seat bed whose dimensions make it one of the most spacious and most
comfortable beds on the market (2-metres long – 61cm wide)
The aircraft also offers a raft of other innovations, including an inflight entertainment system (IFE) developed exclusively for Air France and new bar areas in each cabin.
“The launch of these new flights is a significant step forward for Air France in strengthening its position in Australia. From 28 May, 2011 Air France will connect via Singapore to these flights from the major Australian cities in cooperation with our code-share partner Qantas and our Interline partner Jetstar. These extra flights will give Australian business and leisure travellers more opportunities to connect to our worldwide network.” said Tom Reeves, Regional Manager for Australia and New Zealand.
The Air France fleet consists of 380 aircraft in operation, one of the youngest fleet in the world. Air France operates 61 Boeing 777-passenger and 2 Boeing 777-cargo.
For more details or to make a booking, please visit www.airfrance.com.au For more information on Air France, please visit: http://corporate.airfrance.com/en/
Monday, 21 November 2011
Air France launches additional flights on Singapore route
Source = Air France & KLM Royal Dutch Airlines