Air France History
This prestigious airline is renowned for being one of the largest airlines in the world operating both passenger and cargo services to 156 destinations in 91 countries. Being the subsidiary airline of the KLM group and the founding member of SkyTeam, Air France has its major hubs located on the grounds of Paris Orly Airport, Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, Marseille Provence Airport, Toulouse Blagnac Airport, and Nice Côted’Azur Airport.
Beginning its operation in 1933, the airline has codeshare agreements and frequent flyer partnerships with more than 24 airlines. In addition, it operates to domestic destinations through its regional subsidiaries like Brit Air and CityJet.
The airline was formed with the merger of 5 airlines and today it has expanded its services across Europe, North America, Latin America, Asia/Pacific, Africa, the Middle East, and the Caribbean. Known for its punctuality and performance, Air France flies a fleet of 380 aircraft to various destinations. It offers hands-on information to its passengers through its official web portal services and other information services like SMS and call centers.
Air France Booking and Services:
The most preferred way of the booking is through online. The online booking service provides valuable information about ticket booking and flight information with a few simple steps. The online booking and service option allows the passengers to facilitate features like A la Carte services, receive personalized service at the airport, book hotels and rental cars, get information on tourism, get Paris Airport transfers, Manage reservations, Check-in online, baggage check-in, and so on.
The travel classes offered are the La Première or First Class, Affairs or Business Class, Voyageur or Premium Economy Class and Alizé or Economy Class. The First Class or the La Premiere is designed with a perfect blend of technology and aesthetics and offer world-class amenities. The passengers are treated with refinement and serenity from the airport check-in to the departure.
Air France provides an array of in-flight services and amenities to provide comforts to the passengers. Throughout the flight, you are treated with discrete care. Some of the accessories offered on board are lounge wear, dust bag for shoes, slippers, cosmetics, wool blanket, plush cushion, and feather pillows. The seats are integrated with a video screen, PC power outlet, an auto-massage function, telephone, reading lamp, etc.
Through the online booking facility, you can book and manage your ticketing. The ‘Time to think’ option helps you save money by providing the same price for seven days and the facility is available to all cabin class passengers. The booking also facilitates the customers to book their tickets through offline services like SMS, mobile phones, travel agents, ticket reservation counters at the airports, etc.