Tuesday 24 March 2009
On medium-haul flights lasting around two hours, passengers travelling in Air France’s Voyageur cabin can now enjoy a new range of meal trays, called “Starck with IPI”. These are in addition to the “Starck with IPI” range of meal trays already available in the Affaires and Premium Voyageur cabins.
Dusky pink beige in winter, lilac in spring, lavender blue in summer and chestnut brown in autumn, the “Starck with IPI” meal tray in Voyageur (economy class) comes in as many colours as the seasons!
Air France has chosen IPI, whose creations designed by Philippe Starck, one of the most famous designers in the world, add a stylish dimension to the inflight tableware.
These millions of elegant and practical new meal trays are now available in all three medium-haul cabin classes.
On the medium-haul network, the varied and well-balanced menus are renewed every week and are free of charge.
On morning flights, tea, coffee and hot chocolate are served with a selection of French pastries.
There is also a wide choice of alcoholic beverages, hot and cold drinks served as an aperitif or with the meal: red and white wine, beer, sodas, fruit juices, still and sparkling water, tea, coffee and hot chocolate.
Air France is continuing to invest in improving its inflight catering service in all cabin classes. The introduction of these new meal trays is another step towards more modern service.
In January 2008, Air France revealed the new cabin interiors on its medium-haul fleet.