Air France’s domestic business class


Air France is the only airline in France to offer a domestic business class service. There are three fares available: Business Leisure (a non-refundable ticket, modifiable for a fee of €70); Business Flex (refundable ticket, modifiable at no extra cost); Business Abonné (refundable, modifiable at no extra cost, including an option to take an earlier or later flight)

Air France’s domestic business class passengers get much more than just a nice antimacassar. They also benefit from (where available): dedicated check-in and baggage drop-off, priority lines at security checkpoints and passport control, priority boarding, priority at transfer desks during connections, priority baggage delivery, access to Air France lounges, a more generous baggage allowance (two 32kg pieces of baggage in the hold, as well as two carry-on bags and a cabin accessory for a total of 18kg).

On the Air France Play App ,the airline’s digital entertainment offer, customers can download unlimited newspapers and magazines on their tablet and smartphone free of charge from 30 hours before departure, to enjoy before, during or after their trip. They also benefit from wi-fi access with Air France Connect. By the end of the year, the entire Air France fleet, including its short-haul aircraft, will be equipped with wi-fi systems

Business class customers on Air France short-haul flights are offered a selection of beverages such as wines and champagnes from the Air France Business class wine cellar chosen by Paolo Basso, soft drinks and more

On short-haul flights, Air France offers its business class customers a dedicated catering service including a savoury snack, a sweet snack and an oshibori to freshen up

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