Air France launches private jet service in Europe; passengers can choose their own departure time

Air France is leaving no stones unturned to win business from its crème de la crème passengers. Shortly after the French airline announced ‘La Premiere First Class Suites’, Air France is now is offering its La Première customers with connections at Paris-Charles de Gaulle a new way to travel which is faster and easier. The SkyTeam carrier has teamed up with French business jet operator Wijet to enable first-class passengers arriving on long-haul flights at Paris-Charles de Gaulle hub, transfer to a private plane for connecting flights within Europe.

The private jet services can take-off from or to 1,200 airports with simplified departure procedures. There are no check-in formalities and boarding is immediate. At the arrival airport, customers disembark with their baggage without waiting. Customers can also choose their own departure time. A limousine is provided between the long-haul flight and the private jet.

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Each Air France private jet has an intimate cabin furnished with just four roomy leather club chairs. Two seats recline to 140°, ideal for relaxing during the flight in a particularly quiet cabin. Personal storage and folding shelves enable you to organize your trip at your convenience.

The new private jet service is available starting at €2,400 ($3,265) per aircraft and not per passenger, for a round trip to or from Paris-Charles de Gaulle. The airline claims that the competitive fare is 40% cheaper than the fares offered on the market.

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For more information, please visit www.airfrance.com.