Can’t afford First or Business class, but don’t want to fly in the economy cabin on your next flight? Soon you’ll have a new option on Air France:
The airline is carving out a new cabin section, Premium Voyageur, between the Business and Economy cabins and putting in these swanky new fixed-shell seats:
The new section will have extra legroom and many of the amenities of the Business Class cabin. The meal service will be the same as in Economy, though: aperitifs, champagne, a choice of two hot meals, liqueurs, wines and, on flights over 12 hours long, mini-sandwiches and Häagen Dazs ice-cream.
The new cabin section comes with some Business Class perks at the airport as well: priority check-in desks, increased baggage weight allowance, and priority baggage delivery.
Can’t wait to try it out? The first available destinations will be New York-JFK, Tokyo and Osaka. For more details, see the Air France Website.