holiday travel review:
Gushing About My Business Class Flight
To Paris With Air France
Louis Vuitton via Vogue magazine
THIS PHOTO SHOWS
HOW I WANT TO FEEL WHEN ARRIVING FROM AN
OVERNIGHT, OVERSEAS FLIGHT
The upper deck of this plane held 80 Business Class seats and they are designed to create a relaxing and working, serene ambiance. The angle of the seat was comfortable, and I liked the convenient side storage cabinet with power outlets for computers and video screens. Check out Air France's video here, BUSINESS CLASS EXPERIENCE
Air France is known as the ambassador of fine French cuisine in international travel. The food was delicious on my flight, and gave new meaning to airplane food. New announcements this Fall help to solidify this title for Air France. This season, two Michelin star chef, Guy Martin of Le Grand Vefour is offering his culinary talents to travelers in Business Class on board long-haul flights and special medium-haul flights. With a selection of globally-inspired 6 main dishes, passengers will have their choices and the menu will be varied every two weeks. A sampling of this fine fare, includes--Cod with basmati rice with curcuma and mashed croquettes with cashew nuts, coconut sauce fragrance with Espelette pepper.
our flight offered an in-flight art gallery where I could access various exhibitions on the upper deck. I was able to check out works from the Louvre and other museums, then stop into the bar, take a walk through the stairwell and corridor to stretch my legs and pick up a snack and a drink. And, the flight crew was attentive, friendly and checked on me several times throughout the trip. The Air France website offers travel recommendations and sites to visit when in Paris!