Introduction to Air France
Formed in 1933 when the French aviation industry was consolidated, Air France has grown to become a global giant. The French flag carrier (which has now merged with Dutch company KLM) pioneered supersonic flight in the 1970s, partnering with British Airways on the Concorde project and by the 80s had become the fourth largest airline in the world. More recently, the company has expanded its flights to the USA, partnering with Delta to offer competitive economy class tickets in either direction.
Fly with Air France
Air France offers five classes. Three of these are different grades of Economy, where passengers can choose from a basic fare, a flexible fare or Premium Economy, with extra leg room and lounge services on the ground.
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Check-in & Baggage
When you fly with Air France you can check in up to 30 hours before departure, which allows you to pick your seat and print out your boarding pass, consuming far less time at the airport desk.
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