(Sponsored Article) Air France has continued to evolve, developing unique, upscale products and services. To unveil its new cabins, Air France has created an unprecedented exhibition in New York City, from June 26th through June 28th. This special event will take guests on a journey within the new Air France universe; where real and virtual experiences are combined with exciting events and entertainment.
Visitors will be able to experience first-hand the new Air France long-haul products. In Economy, discover a fully revised seat with more legroom, a larger HD screen for entertainment, and a wider tray table. Premium Economy has been enhanced with more comfortable seat cushions and a multi-position footrest. The new Business class will feature a fully lie-flat seat bed with direct aisle access for all passengers and a 16 inch HD screen. Finally, the new La Première cabin will be composed of four private suites designed to provide absolute comfort and five-star service throughout the journey, including a real bed and a 24 inch HD screen.
In addition, visitors will enjoy a multitude of activities for both children and adults. Thirsty? Indulge in a wine tasting Tour de France with sommelier Ida Rae Zapanta or stop by our Champagne and Ladurée macarons bar. In the mood for learning? The French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF) will offer fun language classes for all ages. The kids are bored? Bring them to our kids’ lounge or have them participate in a fun workshop sponsored by Jacadi.
We’ve saved the best for last: each day, people visiting the exhibit will be able to participate in a sweepstakes for a chance to win Air France tickets to Paris!
The Air France, France is in the Air Exposition will occur Thursday June 26 through Saturday, June 28. It is located in Chelsea, at Center 548 (22nd street and 11th avenue) and will be open to the public between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. We hope to see you there!
For more information, visit The “Air France, France is in the Air” website.
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