Cannes Film Festival: the red carpet on cloud nine
— Event, Partnership
An official partner of the Cannes Film Festival, which is running this year from 17th to 28th May, Air France is once again illustrating its commitment to the film industry and the promotion of movies from all over the world.
Throughout the entire event, Air France teams are mobilized at Paris-Charles de Gaulle terminal 2F. In a red carpet atmosphere, the company welcomes its customers with special attention to ensure it provides service that meets exceptional standards of this prestigious event.
Air France offers exceptional flights on board its Boeing 787 to Nice
For the Cannes Film Festival, the company is chartering its Boeing 787 for two round trips between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Nice on 28th and 29th May 2017. Passengers will be able to enjoy the latest new features and the best of Air France on board the Boeing 787:
WiFi on board;
the latest-generation wide HD touch screens, offering passengers the opportunity to experience their own private cinema experience;
windows which are approximately 30% larger than similar aircraft; and
improved air pressure and humidity levels, making the trip even more comfortable.
Flight schedules (in local time) on 28th and 29th May 2017
AF7700: leaves Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 7:35 am, arrives in Nice at 9:05 am;
AF7705: leaves Nice at 10:45 am, arrives at Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 12:20 pm.
Partner of the Cannes Film Festival since 1980
The company highlights international cinema all year round by offering its customers a selection of the best films from around the world on board its long-haul flights, with each passenger enjoying a real cinema experience in the sky. More than 1,200 hours of programs on-demand provide customers with a true inflight movie experience.
Some of the most popular movies and many other programs are available in Air France's new cabins, equipped with the latest generation of HD touch screens, which offer passengers their own private cinema experience.
Since the first film was shown on Air France flights in 1966, cinema has become part of the Air France brand's DNA, becoming one of the key satisfaction factors for the company's customers.