On board the aircraft, the La Première cabin offers service combining both comfort and prestige.
The seat, which converts into a 2-metre seat-bed, comes with a duvet and is positioned at an angle so as to give passengers direct access to the aisle.
For greater travelling comfort, La Première passengers are given pyjamas with the embroidered sea horse, a shoe bag, slippers and an amenity kit that includes five Clarins skincare products for men or for women, a relaxing eye mask and toiletries.
Since January 2012, Air France’s La Première passengers have been able to discover an exclusive new range of beauty products with elegant and subtle fragrances, in line with the Air France image, called “Les notes de Lanvin”.
The in-flight dining service becomes an occasion for La Première customers to relax and be pampered. La Première passengers organize their meals as they wish, with total freedom to select the dishes that most appeal to them at the time they are most ready for them. Air France cultivates this “French fine art of entertaining” in the minute details, both in terms of the quality of the cuisine as well as in its choice of elegant tableware and linens.
Air France has redesigned its service and menu with the great icons of gastronomy in mind. To meet that level of perfection, Air France called on the “Servair culinary studio”, overseen by Joël Robuchon, the world’s “most starred chef” in 2009, alongside Guy Martin, the Michelin-starred chef of the Grand Véfour in Paris, and Jacques Le Divellec, Servair’s culinary consultant.
These new menus spectacularly showcase quality products, the best in French wines, and unbending respect for the seasons and for subtle savours.
Air France surprises its guests by associating modern culinary trends with the great French classics.
Because seeing is an important preliminary to enjoying, Air France has completely redesigned its tableware, along with exclusive La Première glassware and accessories, perfectly in harmony with the refined cuisine served on board.
At each stage of their trip, customers benefit from constant attention on the part of Air France staff. Consideration, discretion and anticipation are the three essential qualities illustrated by staff at the airport and the 1,500 pursers, stewards and stewardesses who are specially chosen from among 15,000 cabin crew to meet the needs of La Première passengers.