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Pictured: Air France’s brand-new Boeing 777 business class suite you possibly can book to Recent York

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Pictured: Air France’s brand-new Boeing 777 business-class suite customers can fly to Recent York in, with a privacy door, 6ft 5in lie-flat bed and gigantic entertainment screen

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Air France has introduced a brand-new business-class cabin with 48 seats for its Boeing 777-300s that provides all-aisle access, privacy doors, wireless charging and 6ft 5in lie-flat beds.

Plus, the brand new turn-left offering has seats within the centre of the cabin equipped with a central panel that might be lowered to create a ‘convivial space’ for passengers travelling together.

Also of note is a 17.3-inch 4K high-definition anti-glare screen that passengers can enjoy using a noise-reducing headset. If they create their very own headphones they’ll connect with the system using Bluetooth or a socket.

The seats are finished in wool, brushed aluminium and full-grain French leather.

The premium economy cabin, with 48 seats, can also be recent to the 777, but not Air France – it’s the identical set-up that the carrier uses on its Airbus A350.

Air France has introduced a brand-new business-class cabin with 48 seats for its Boeing 777-300s (above) that provides all-aisle access, privacy doors, wireless charging and 6ft 5in lie-flat beds

The seats are finished in wool, brushed aluminium and full-grain French leather

The seats are finished in wool, brushed aluminium and full-grain French leather

Here each seat offers 96cm of legroom, reclines to 124 degrees, has USB A and C ports and a 13.3-inch 4K high-definition screen with Bluetooth connection.

The economy cabin, meanwhile, has 273 seats that, impressively, share the identical 13.3-inch screen present in premium economy, but legroom is 79cm and recline 119 degrees.

Air France identified that as customers board the aircraft they’re greeted by a backlit winged seahorse, ’embodying the corporate’s founding myth and wealthy history’.

The primary Boeing 777 fitted with the brand new cabins flew from Paris-Charles de Gaulle to Recent York-JFK on January 20, with Rio de Janeiro in Brazil and Dakar in Senegal also now served by the revamped plane.

The new turn-left offering has seats in the centre of the cabin equipped with a central panel that can be lowered to create a 'convivial space' for passengers travelling together

The brand new turn-left offering has seats within the centre of the cabin equipped with a central panel that might be lowered to create a ‘convivial space’ for passengers travelling together

The Points Guy UK was given a tour of the new cabin before it entered service and commented: 'Instead of reinventing the wheel with its new business-class product, Air France took an already solid product and added more modern touches'

The Points Guy UK was given a tour of the brand new cabin before it entered service and commented: ‘As a substitute of reinventing the wheel with its recent business-class product, Air France took an already solid product and added more modern touches’

The premium economy cabin (above), with 48 seats, is also new to the 777, but not Air France – it's the same set-up that the carrier uses on its Airbus A350s

The premium economy cabin (above), with 48 seats, can also be recent to the 777, but not Air France – it’s the identical set-up that the carrier uses on its Airbus A350s

Pictured above is the new economy class cabin in Air France's Boeing 777s. The seats share the same 13.3-inch screen found in premium economy

Pictured above is the brand new economy class cabin in Air France’s Boeing 777s. The seats share the identical 13.3-inch screen present in premium economy

The Points Guy UK was given a tour of the brand new cabin before it entered service and commented: ‘As a substitute of reinventing the wheel with its recent business-class product, Air France took an already solid product and added more modern touches — together with some beautiful dashes of color. 

‘Things like wireless charging, 4K monitors and doors on the seat make this a desirable and competitive product. And, everyone on the plane will profit from a few of these enhancements — at the least with the monitors and Bluetooth audio pairing system.’

Air France said: ‘Because of this recent major step in Air France’s move upmarket, all the company’s long-haul business cabins shall be equipped with seats that transform into full-flat beds by the tip of 2023, in comparison with 90 per cent today. By this date, your complete fleet can even be equipped with in-flight Wi-Fi, in comparison with 97 per cent today.’ 

Air France said: 'Thanks to this new major step in Air France's move upmarket, all of the company's long-haul business cabins will be equipped with seats that transform into full-flat beds by the end of 2023, compared to 90 per cent today'

Air France said: ‘Because of this recent major step in Air France’s move upmarket, all the company’s long-haul business cabins shall be equipped with seats that transform into full-flat beds by the tip of 2023, in comparison with 90 per cent today’

The first Boeing 777 fitted with the new cabins flew from Paris-Charles de Gaulle to New York-JFK on January 20

The primary Boeing 777 fitted with the brand new cabins flew from Paris-Charles de Gaulle to Recent York-JFK on January 20

Rio de Janeiro in Brazil and Dakar in Senegal are also now served by the revamped 777

Rio de Janeiro in Brazil and Dakar in Senegal are also now served by the revamped 777

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