Air France announces the continued improvement of its La Première offer. While the airline plans to unveil its new La Première cabin next winter, it is also announcing the creation of a new vestibule and vast suites for the opening of the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games, of which Air France is an official partner.

Starting this summer, customers will be escorted to a new vestibule. Dedicated to the completion of departure formalities, this 570 m2 space will feature fifteen seats as well as two private lounges. The vestibule will also welcome customers on arrival of their flight, offering the possibility of refreshments, showers and baggage reclaim.

Once formalities have been completed, each guest will be accompanied to the La Première lounge via a dedicated private route, including passing through security checks out of sight.

Designed by architect Didier Lefort, the Air France La Première lounge is an exclusive 1,000 m2 space. Gastronomy naturally takes pride of place here, with a menu and wine and champagne list designed by Alain Ducasse and his teams. At the heart of the lounge, Air France also offers its customers a Sisley treatment area.

La Première will soon be able to reserve, as an option, real suites of almost 45 m2 each, adjoining the La Première lounge. Three suites will be available, and two will connect on request.

Air France will unveil a completely redesigned La Première cabin during the 2024-25 winter season. It will be the longest on the market, with five windows. Up to three modular and private living areas will be offered: a seat, a chaise longue and a fully flat bed.

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