Paris, France - Air France took delivery of two brand-new Dreamliners in the last two months. The ninth Boeing 787-9 joined the airline's fleet on May 18.
This new aircraft is Air France-KLM Group’s 22nd Boeing 787 as well. The new planes show the ambition of the French flag carrier for a more modern fleet.
Air France deploys its Boeing 787s on routes to Abidjan, Bamako, Bangkok, Bogota, Conakry, Detroit, Freetown, Libreville, Minneapolis Nairobi, New York - JFK, Nouakchott, Osaka, and Panama City, for the summer season.
The Dreamliners of Air France feature 30 seats in Business Class, 21 Seats in Premium Economy and 225 seats in Economy Class. On-board broadband internet connection is available for all customers.
In-Flight Entertainment screens on the Business and Premium Economy seats are approximately 30% larger than in the Economy seats.
Boeing's Dreamliners consume remarkably less fuel (20%) than previous generation wide-body jets. This also means 20% less CO2 emissions.