Last week, Air France debuted its luxurious new long-haul Business Class cabin with lie-flat seats. Twelve Boeing 777-300s will be outfitted with new Business Class cabins, and the sleek new cabins will be available on flights to New York, Rio de Janeiro, and Dakar, Senegal this winter.
The airline chose Paris to New York JFK as its inaugural route for the new cabin, which flew for the first time on January 20th. While the initial rollout of the new cabins will only take place on 12 planes, the company has stated that all Business Class seats will be fully lie-flat later in 2023.
The new Air France Business Class cabin has been completely redesigned, and amenities have been carefully updated. Each cabin has 48 luxurious seats that have everything passengers need for a comfortable flight. There are four seats in each row, with single seats next to the windows and two seats next to each other in the aisle. The new design has a strong emphasis on comfort, style, and privacy.