Air France offers business class meals by Michelin chef Arnaud Lallement

Wednesday, May 15, 2019 11:30

The Air France's new business class lounge at Terminal 2E at Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport. — Photo Courtesy of the Air France

The triple Michelin-starred French chef Arnaud Lallement will be offering new gourmet dishes in Air Frances Business Class on long-haul flightsfrom Paris, including the thrice weekly flights to HCM City, until June.

Delphine Buglio, the carriers country manager in Viet Nam,said: “Air France offers a welcoming high-end travel experience both on the ground and in the air.”

In the new business cabin, seats are designed with optimum comfort and privacy in mind.

The seats adapt to the shape of each individual, from a seating position to a true full flat bed.

“With exceptional French fine-dining accompanied by the best French wines and prestigious champagnes we bring travelling to new heights,” Buglio said.

In April Air France was awarded a gold medal in the Global Brand Design category at the 2019 Grand prix des Strategies due Design. It highlights that Air France is much more than an airline, but also a stylish lifestyle brand.

Air France received the awards for the unique lighting displays in the new business class lounge at Terminal 2E at Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport.

Passengers can experience Air Frances new business cabin and enjoy the new business class lounge in Paris-Charles de Gaulle by taking advantage of special business class fares between HCM City and Paris.

The fares are on sale from today until 16 May for travel between 12 May and 31 December. Return business class fares start at VND 45.3 million (US$1,941).

Air France is the only European carrier with direct flights between HCM City, Hanoi and Paris-Charles de Gaulle and has been operating these flights since 1930. — VNS

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