|Top route||Toulouse Blagnac to Paris Orly|
|Top airport||Paris Charles de Gaulle|
The crew was great and handled our unexpected detour with proactive communication.
My seat was so uncomfortable, and the headrest was broken. Very very disappointing for the price I paid.
Highly recommend Air France
Pas d'écrans individuels à bord
È stato un volo perfettamente soddisfacente, senza problemi.
Even though my seat is a paid seat, I was told to give up my seat to a passenger. I tried to ask the CA to negotiate, and when I spoke in Japanese, the CA fled. I had to find a Japanese CA and ask them to deal with it. . After takeoff, I spilled my coffee, and when I asked the flight attendant for a towel, she told me to wipe it off with a wet tissue. My clothes got wet, so I asked CA for an extra blanket, but I had to wait for an hour.
Please serve no god if you must serve dog food
Flight was more then 3 hour late and I did not get my luggages
I paid extra for a seat with more leg room but they changed the plane and found myself in an ordinary seat. This is expensive at 50€
The hard product, food, and service are far superior to their North American counterparts
Not the best crew. Extremely annoying with mask wearing. Even when I was eating and drinking they would come up to you to tell you to wear your mask. Extremely annoying.
Pros: Take off and landing
Cons: Layover time
Cons: Not to have 2 distressed cats on board meowing non stop for 10 hours.
Pros: The premium economy- it was the most uncomfortable - tight seats. The back of the seats are not reclining It’s not worth the money you pay for premium services
Cons: The premium economy should be eliminated and should be labeled for what it is: couch class with some perks
Pros: The crew is nice
Cons: No respect of distancing the seats ; all the seats were occupied. No wifi
Pros: Feel like reacist Company
Cons: I didnt like the treatment of the crew.
Pros: La ponctualité.
Cons: Variété des boissons proposées.
Cons: The food was not as usual.
Pros: Seats ok. Crew is super. Drinks offered
Cons: Nothing, AF rocks
Pros: El entretenimiento
Cons: Demasiadas mascotas sin posibilidad de descanso. Un gato en ej asiento del frente que no dejó de hacer ruido y dos asientos atrás un pero en la misma situación. Debería tomar más medidas para el viaje de mascotas
Pros: Clean plane , good crew ,
Cons: they didn't load my baggage from flight 1 to 2
Pros: Upgrade was easy! Crew was beyond exceptionable! Can’t wait to fly again, guys!
Pros: Easy boarding, entertainment
Cons: Crew was not very friendly on bot departure and return flights. Will make me reconsider Air France in the future.
Pros: Nice crew
Cons: Not loose my luggage:)
Pros: Yeah Everything well organized
Cons: I believe so
Pros: Crew are the best!
On board Air France flights, cabin baggage should not exceed 55x35x25cm. If your hand luggage is bigger, the Air France assistance team will most likely ask you to pay extra for checked luggage.
Air France offers direct flights to 166 cities in 88 different countries. Paris, Toulouse, and Nice are the most popular cities covered by Air France.
Air France concentrates most of its flight operations in Paris.
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Air France flies to more than 75 countries across the world. It has a hub in Paris, which serves as its primary departure location for international routes, with a secondary hub in Orly that focuses on domestic flights within France. It is the national flag carrier of France and proudly features red, white and blue stripes on the tail of its aircraft.
Air France Hop and Transavia France are subsidiaries that sit under the Air France brand, respectively targeted on regional services and low-cost alternatives. It was a founding member of the SkyTeam alliance in 2000 alongside Delta Air Lines, Aeromexico and Korean Air. Customers can benefit from connected flights and round-the-world tickets as a result of the SkyTeam alliance, which now also includes China Airlines, KLM and Middle East Airlines, among others.
A combination of both Airbus and Boeing aircraft are flown by Air France. It was the launch carrier for the Boeing 777-300ER model, one of the most commonly used in its fleet for long-distance transcontinental trips. Several of the fleet are painted in gray SkyTeam decorations.
Both Economy and Business Class seats are available. Practical accessories, such as USB plugs, are available to all passengers, while the Business section has a desk space that is perfect for getting some work done. The upgraded cabin also features cocooned seats that offer privacy and the ability to recline to a flat bed. Business Class seats on shorter distance flights, such as within Europe, do not fully recline but are more spacious and do receive luxurious dining, including a wide variety of pastries.