Air France Official Partner of the CNOSF at the Winter Olympics
For its customers, Air France is organizing a special event on the theme of winter sports before their trip to South Korea on 3, 4, 5 and 6 February;
Air France is taking up residence at Club France in PyeongChang during the Games;
Air France is offering its customers and winter sports enthusiasts the opportunity to send their good wishes to the athletes of the French Olympic team at Club France.
Air France, which has been supporting the French Olympic team for many years, is an official partner of the French National Olympic and Sports Committee for the Winter Olympics to be held in PyeongChang in South Korea from 9 to 25 February 2018.
Ski at Paris-Charles de Gaulle before your flight
A few days before the start of the Olympic Games, Air France is offering its customers travelling to South Korea the opportunity to get a real feel for the Games. Thanks to a ski simulator, passengers on flight AF264 will be able to hit the slopes.
The best skiers will win Air France gifts before boarding their flight.
A chic area at Club France in PyeongChang
For the duration of the Games, Air France is taking up residence at the French Club in PyeongChang, just a stone's throw from the Olympic Park. This area will welcome French athletes and their supporters. They will be able discover the world of the Air France Business cabin on virtual reality helmets. They can also relax on sofas or take selfies in a special dedicated area.
Supporters tweet their best wishes directly to Club France
French fans are invited to send their best wishes to athletes at Club France in PyeongChang via a social wall connected to Twitter. By using #GoEquipeFRA, messages will scroll down on the screen of the social wall and athletes will be able react to them live!
Also available on the @airfranceFR Twitter account: behind the scenes at Club France, medal celebrations, concerts and more.
At the end of the Games, Air France will operate a special flight by Boeing 777-200 to bring the entire delegation home to Lyon, Air France’s second major hub, to celebrate the return of athletes to the Alpexo exhibition centre in Grenoble as part of the celebrations of the fiftieth anniversary of the 1968 Olympics in Grenoble.