Air France flies from Canada to Paris with ease and grace
Air France, one of Europe's largest passenger airlines around the continent, provides a comfortable and easy way to travel to the City of Lights and more than 140 other destinations across 6 continents.
The airline offers international flights from the Canadian ports of Montreal and Toronto to Paris on Boeing 747 and 777, both of which offer some of the most comfortable flying experiences possible. Beginning in May 2011, the Airbus380 will begin servicing flights from Montreal to Paris. These jumbo-jets feature 50 percent less cabin noise and 33 percent more seating than 747-400 airliners, the next largest passenger plane. In addition, a larger amount of space on the plane allows for a larger amount of space-per-passenger.
Flying Blue, Air France's mileage program, allows passengers to accumulate miles for discounted airfares and access to special amenities not available to non-members.
Customers on economy class flights will enjoy newly installed seats that offer more leg room and retractable armrests.
On overnight flights, flight attendants will supply each traveler with a pillow and blanket along with a travel kit that includes an eye mask, ear plugs and a towelette.
Premium economy flights offer larger seats and extra meal options for travelers looking to splurge for a bit more comfort.
Taupe colors help maintain calm and tranquility in Affaires class, while personal service from the Air France team ensures maximum comfort. Cloakroom service, a hypoallergenic pillow, pure wool blankets and hot towelettes will help travelers relax and enjoy their flight. Some Affaires cabins now have seats that convert into beds for those longer international trips.
Personal 10.4-inch video screens in Affaires and La Premiere cabins allow passengers to enjoy Air France's wide assortment of entertainment including music, movies, games and television shows. Individual reading lamps are also available on each seat
A four-course meal includes up to 4 main entrees choices following a salad or appetizers. Snacks and dessert round out the delicious cuisine. In addition, guests can choose from the special French wines kept in the plane's wine cellar.
Included in international first class flights are special lounge wears and a travel kit including Clarins relaxation cosmetics.
Larger seat-beds along with a full menu of meal choices created by famous Michelin-star chefs make these first class flights an elegant and refined experience.