Air France is making significant progress in upgrading its fleet of long-haul Boeing 777s with new seats and cabin products.
All 25 of the airline’s 777-200s and 19 of its 43 777-300s have now been equipped with the new cabins, and these products are now available to passengers on 44 long-haul routes worldwide.
The new cabins include business class seats that recline to form two-metre-long fully-flat beds, plus newly-designed premium economy and economy class seats.
All seats feature electric sockets and more than 1,000 hours of on-demand in-flight entertainment content, with 16-inch HD monitors in business class, 12-inch screens in premium economy and nine inches in economy.
Following the completion of the 777 project, Air France will start to retrofit its fleet of Airbus A330s from late 2018.
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