Nigerian Passengers to Enjoy Air France's New Cabins
This year, Air France travellers in Nigeria can enjoy new cabins from Lagos to Paris and many destinations in the world on the airline's network.
In the new business class cabin, passengers will fly and relax in style with an attentive cabin crew, gourmet cuisine, champagne and 5-star service on long-haul flights.
Business class passengers will enjoy premium onboard comfort including seats that recline to fully flat bed, direct aisle access and multipurpose area (desk, restaurant table, bed) for even greater privacy.
The new business class features contemporary design and subdued elegance, graceful shape, padded upholstery, footrests, leather armrests, topstitching on the headrest and metallic finishing touches.
In the Premium Economy class, passengers will enjoy a 40% more spaced seat, SkyPriority service, more baggage allowance and full course meal with selected wines and champagnes.
Premium Economy seats recline within a fixed area to ensure personal space and comfort. For ultimate well-being, the headrest, foot-rest and leg-rest adapt perfectly to the contours of passenger's body.
In the economy class, passengers will be delighted to discover new seats with more elegance, practical accessories, and a new high-definition touch screen for non-stop inflight entertainement.
The new economy class seats feature ample leg room, inclineable headrest, fully retractable armrest (on most seats) both in upright and inclined positions.
Air France operates daily flights between Paris CDG and Lagos. It also operates four weekly frequencies to Abuja and Port Harcourt from Paris CDG.
Together with its partners including KLM and Transavia, Air France operate over 480 weekly flights to 53 destinations in Africa, making them the largest international airline group on the continent.