About: With its main hub at Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport, and at Paris-Orly and Lyon-Saint-Exupéry, Air France flies to 312 destinations in 60 countries. It handled 101.4 million passengers in 2018 and is a multi-award winning carrier. It won three categories in the SkyTrax 2019 World Airline Awards for Best First Class Lounge Dining; Best First Class Onboard Catering; and Best First Class Comfort Amenities.
Below you can read more about the different traveller services Air France has to offer including their frequent flyer program, airport lounges and some other helpful information.
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Web Site: https://www.airfrance.com
Hubs: Paris Charles de Gaulle • Paris Orly
Frequent Flyer Program: Flying Blue, Air France’s loyalty scheme has four levels for members who can experience a variety of travel benefits.
Lounges: Air France has six lounges located at Terminal 2 at Paris Charles De Gaulle Airport. There are also several lounges that are shared with KLM at international destinations, which economy class passengers can pay to access: Bangkok Suvarnabhumi • Boston Logan • Chicago O’Hare • Frankfurt • Geneva • Houston Intercontinental • New York City JFK • Toronto Pearson • San Francisco • Washington Dulles.
Delays & Cancellation: For disrupted flights on Air France, passengers may be able to claim compensation in line with EU law if their flight arrives more than 3 hours after the scheduled time, or is canceled fewer than 2 weeks before the departure date.
Flight Delay Plan: Air France offers a variety of options for passengers experiencing flight delays. Their policies address key service elements that most affect passengers.
Other Useful Info:
- Baggage Info
- Check-in Times
- Stopovers – If fare rules allow, passengers can include a stopover of more than 24 hours during a connection between 2 flights. However, the airline does not offer any package.
- Coronavirus Updates – As of March 2020, you can find Air France’s Coronavirus updates here.