Air France Announces a New Buisiness Class Fare - Up to 50% off Normal Prices


Air France makes flying in Business Class even more affordable with the introduction, today, of a new, year-round Business Class Leisure fare. Amounting to about 50 percent off the normal price, this fare is available to passengers who book their travel 30 days in advance of their departure date.


“We’re happy to make the comfort and luxury of our L’Espace Affaires (Business Class) cabin more accessible to travelers. Passengers can enjoy the extra space and comfort of our lie-flat seats, exceptional culinary choices, an outstanding selection of fine wines, individual entertainment screens and, of course, superior service — all making Air France’s in-flight experience a particularly memorable one” said Air France’s US Vice President and General Manager, Jean-Claude Cros.

Sample one-way fares based on the new Business Class fare* :

From/To        
Washington-Barcelona    $1,681
Chicago-Madrid  $1,880
New York-Milan  $1,893
Boston-Florence $1,984
Detroit-Zurich  $2,255
Philadelphia-Paris      $2,236
Los Angeles-Rome        $2,419
San Francisco-Nice      $2,419

Fares are available for purchase year-round.  For more information about Air France’s Business Leisure Class fares, visit www.airfrance.com/us.  

Terms & Conditions
*Fares shown are one-way based on round-trip purchase and require a 30-day advance purchase. Minimum 7 day stay; maximum 1 month stay. Travel must be on Air France operated or code share flights departing from the U.S. and connecting through Paris-CDG. Fuel surcharge is included in fares. Government-imposed fees and taxes of approximately $80 - $150 are additional, including the September 11th Security Fee of up to $10 per round-trip. Fares are non refundable. Changes are permitted for a $400 fee. Additional conditions may apply. Fares are subject to class of service availability and may be changed or withdrawn without notice.

About Air France
Recently named the “Best Trans-Atlantic Airline” for the third consecutive year by Global Traveler’s Reader Survey, recipient of Aviation Week & Space Technology’s “2006 Commercial Air Transport Laureate,” and named “Airline of the Year for 2005” by Air Transport World and, the Air France KLM group operates more than 2,470 daily flights out of Paris and Amsterdam to 242 destinations in 105 countries. Air France currently operates from 14 U.S. gateways and provides service from 125 U.S. cities through code-share agreements with SkyTeam partners Delta, Continental and Northwest Airlines. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.airfrance/us, call Air France Reservations at 1-800-237-2747 or contact your travel professional.

 

 

Source: Air France U.S.A 

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