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Old October 30th, 2009, 03:21 PM   #241
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Air France A380

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Old October 30th, 2009, 07:53 PM   #242
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I'm very impressed about what AF has done inside the aircraft : - changing cabin LED lights
- new seats with larger screens - 6 bars in the all plane
- elegant dark grey walls

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Ambiences on board video : http://corporate.airfrance.com/en/pr...oard-the-a380/

Air France press release, october 30, 2009 :
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Travelling on board the A380: enhanced comfort, quieter and more spacious

The 538 passengers on board Air France’s A380 will enjoy more comfort and space, whichever cabin they are travelling in: La Première on the upper deck (9 seats), the Affaires-Business cabin on the upper deck (80 seats) and the Voyageur-Economy cabin, located on both decks (449 seats including 106 on the upper deck).

On board, Air France has designed everything so that passengers on this Superjumbo aircraft enjoy a moment of well-being, in a quiet and particularly soothing cabin with noise levels which are 5 decibels lower than industry standards.

Air France has designed a stylish cabin with no details overlooked and new features exclusive to the Airbus A380.

The colour schemes and lighting have been chosen to make the atmosphere as relaxed as possible. The gallery area, the six bars located in all cabins and the stairs connecting the two decks remind us of travel on the large transatlantic ocean liners, geared towards relaxation and conviviality, with an added Air France touch.

Wherever you look - the winding stairs, the stylish curves of the gallery or the starry lights at the bars - a feeling of relaxation and peace emerges.

During the day, the cabin is well lit by 220 windows divided between the two decks. These decks are connected by two stairways, offering an unparalleled surface area with four aisles allowing easy access for passengers and enhancing the sense of space.


More comfort in all the cabins

To enhance the feeling of well-being: subdued lighting to cross times zones without feeling tired

The A380 is more spacious than any other aircraft, with 50% more floor space than a 747. It is also equipped with a sophisticated lighting system which Air France developed specially to make passengers’ time on board even more enjoyable and relaxing.

The lighting is not only a key element in the feeling of comfort for passengers, but also plays a role in synchronizing the body clock. On board the Air France A380, different lighting environments exist depending on what passengers are doing on board.

Air France has come up with several different lighting ambiances, depending on the cabin and the various flight phases.

The lighting in the La Première cabin is mostly red and orange, which blends in well with the beige and red colour scheme in this cabin. Light-blue lighting predominates in the Affaires cabin, giving it an elegant and modern feel. In the Voyageur cabin, light colours give passengers a feeling of comfort and serenity.

Lighting is at its most intense during boarding and disembarkation. While the aircraft is taxiing, the lighting is dimmed to adapt to the take-off and landing phases. At meal times, the lighting is similar to that of a restaurant in all three cabins. When passengers are waking up, shades of light bring additional comfort.

To relax, chat and meet up: for the first time, bars in all cabins

To enjoy a drink, relax or chat with friends or family, each cabin on the A380 has its own bars, including one exclusively reserved for La Première customers, two in the Affaires cabin and three in the Voyageur cabin. Throughout the flight, these bars offer all A380 passengers the chance to meet up over a drink and a snack, which are available depending on the flight time.



A new, improved, more user-friendly in-flight entertainment system to relax with

The A380’s in-flight entertainment system is completely new, with wider screens and easier navigation, enabling passengers to access programmes in just a few clicks.

Passengers can choose between movies - either by category or by alphabetical order - select those which are dubbed or subtitled in a particular language or follow the aircraft’s flight path (Geovision) in real time, in a second window. Passengers can also see live images throughout the flight taken from an external mini-camera located on the tail fin.

The video on demand (VOD) entertainment system, enabling each passenger to choose when they want to start, finish or pause a programme, offers approximately 600 hours of viewing, including about a hundred full-length movies some of which are translated in up to nine languages and a juke-box of 300 CDs with around 3,000 pieces of music.

Air France is the first airline in the world to equip each seat in the Affaires and Voyageur cabins with a USB socket, enabling passengers to download contents such as flight schedules, information on Air France, destination guides, games for children, relaxation videos and podcasts.

Passengers who do not have a USB key can purchase one on board.

For an even more convivial atmosphere, passengers can also enjoy exchanges via themed forums. To do this, passengers select the "Forum" programme from the list which automatically disconnects when another application is selected.

Easier access and additional comfort for reduced-mobility passengers

For easier access for reduced-mobility and disabled passengers, Air France’s A380 cabin has been specially designed to include:

- easy-access toilets,

- removable armrests on 99% of seats,

- two on-board transfer wheelchairs,

- seat row numbers in Braille.

Three doors for smooth boarding and disembarkation

The Air France A380 passengers will board and disembark via three doors, two on the main deck and one on the upper deck, so that all passengers can disembark easily on arrival.
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Air France press release, october 30, 2009 :
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Three cabin classes on two decks

The La Première cabin: spacious and private



The A380’s La Première cabin is the most spacious of the entire Air France fleet. With just nine seats, no details have been overlooked in this cabin.

• A new changing cabin

At the front of the La Première cabin, passengers can use the new private changing cabin to change into their lounging suit before sleeping, or to get ready before arrival.

In this new area, which has natural light streaming through the window, there is a dressing table opposite two built-in shelves containing top-of-the-range Clarins beauty products, ensuring optimum well-being both during and after the flight.

Opposite this area there is a wardrobe offering La Première passengers a complementary exclusive service: cabin crew give each passenger a clothes bag in which to put all their personal belongings.

• A new improved seat

New improvements have been made to the La Première seat, with easier movement enabling passengers to find their ideal position and a new innovative handset.

The seat covers, made from "Climatex" fabric, provide optimum comfort thanks to the special fabric, superior to all conventional fabrics with the capacity to absorb and release water vapour. Its manufacturing process is environmentally friendly, using renewable materials such as wool and beech tree cellulose.

• An exclusive bar for La Première passengers

A bar with magazines and a buffet enables passengers to enjoy a drink and a bite to eat, relax and talk, out of earshot of the other passengers in the cabin.

La Première passengers will be the only passengers allowed to use the wide staircase with 14 steps during the flight to access the gallery on the upper deck.




The Affaires cabin: calm and relaxation



Air France’s Affaires cabin is situated on the upper deck of the A380, providing a calm atmosphere for passengers, ideal for working or relaxing.

• Well-being and comfort in a quiet atmosphere

On the upper deck, the Affaires cabin is fitted with 6 seats across – two on each side of the cabin and two in the centre – providing optimum space and comfort.

In this way, each passenger has either an aisle seat or a window seat, where there are additional side storage compartments for passengers’ personal belongings.

The A380’s spacious cabin enables Air France to offer an improved seat the Affaires cabin. Two metres long, the seat has a more comfortable seat recline for take-off and landing.

Each seat has a socket for recharging laptops and a 15-inch video screen (38 centimetres), the biggest in the Air France fleet.

• The gallery, the Air France touch dedicated to learning and culture

Air France is the first airline to offer the gallery concept, thanks to its partnerships with major museums worldwide and other artistic institutions. This type of open-plan area is the most spacious offered by any airline.

On the upper deck, La Première and Affaires passengers can enjoy an exhibition specially created for Air France, exclusively presented in an area dedicated to learning and culture - the gallery - on three 38-cm screens integrated into the area.

A new exhibition theme will be introduced regularly by a different museum.

In November 2009, the Louvre museum, the first to partner Air France in this project, is offering the theme of "Titian, Tintoretto, Veronese…Rivals in Renaissance Venice", an exhibition which the museum is hosting in its Napoléon Hall up to 4 January 2010.

The Voyageur cabin: additional comfort on both decks



On the A380, the Voyageur cabin is situated on both the main and upper decks and boasts exclusive new features. Of all Air France’s Voyageur cabins, the A380 has the most comfortable.

• Additional space and comfort

The seat is the widest in the Air France fleet, with armrests which are 30% wider, providing each passenger with more independence.

They also enjoy more space, as Air France is the first airline to integrate the video controls into the seat, instead of having them in front of passengers’ legs.

Each seat has a large 8.4-inch individual video screen, providing unrivalled quality of viewing and a conveniently situated headphone socket. Passengers can also recharge their laptop batteries in sockets located around the cabin.

• New exclusive features: bars on both the main and upper deck

Three modern, spacious bars, two on the main deck and one on the upper deck, offer refreshments throughout the flight and the opportunity for passengers to meet and relax. This enables each passenger to take the time to really enjoy their flight.
http://corporate.airfrance.com/en/fl...-on-two-decks/
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Old October 30th, 2009, 10:17 PM   #245
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An aircraft that is well suited

A very large capacity aircraft seating 538 passengers, which matches the powerful hub at Paris-Charles de Gaulle




The Air France network is organized around the Paris-Charles de Gaulle hub, and the main principle is to link a large number of short and medium-haul routes – those operated by small aircraft – to bigger, long-haul routes which are operated by larger capacity aircraft.

Consequently the capacity of the A380 is perfectly suited to the powerful hub at Paris-Charles de Gaulle, which offers passengers over 20,000 connecting opportunities a week.

The aircraft’s main deck is the equivalent size of the Boeing 777-200 and the upper deck the size of an Airbus A340-300. Air France can therefore rationalize its frequencies on busy routes by replacing two flights which leave at similar times by one flight, while offering the same number of seats.

For example, between Paris and New York, an A380 leaving at 1:35pm can replace two flights operated by an A340 and a 777-200, leaving at 10:30am and at 1:35pm.

20% reduction in unit operating costs

• 20% less fuel burned compared with an A330

For such a huge aircraft, the A380 burns less than three litres per 100 km per passenger, thanks to the performance of its four GP 7200 engines and to the technological innovations in its design, which contribute to reducing weight and improving aerodynamic efficiency. This represents a 20% saving on fuel per passenger compared with the A330.

The GP 7200 engine, specially developed by Engine Alliance – a 50/50 joint-venture between General Electric and Pratt & Whitney – to power the A380 incorporates cutting-edge technology with the recognized and proven techniques of the high-thrust engines such as the GE90 which powers the Boeing 777.

Many tons of composite materials have been used in the aircraft structure – such as GLARE (Glass-Reinforced fibre metal laminate), all of which have reduced the aircraft’s weight by 25%, thereby cutting down on fuel consumption.

• Maintenance costs down by 20 to 25%

The advanced materials making up the aircraft’s fuselage have also cut maintenance and repair costs by 20 to 25%, which account for a total of 15 to 20% of the aircraft’s direct operating costs.

• Characteristics shared with other Airbus aircraft

The A380 shares the same cockpit design, fly-by-wire controls and piloting characteristics with the other new generation Airbus aircraft.

For example, Airbus pilots who shift to the A380 plane need very little training.

The common features of the different Airbus aircraft therefore save Air France considerable amounts in terms of crew training and maintenance.
An environmentally-friendly aircraft

• Reduced gas emissions

Thanks to lower fuel burn, the A380 also produces less Carbon dioxide per passenger than any other plane. With less than 75 g of Carbon dioxide produced per passenger kilometre, the A380 is one of the most environmentally-friendly aircraft.

In addition, thanks to its new-generation Engine Alliance GP 7200 engines, the A380 easily meets the latest international requirements. Compared with the most recent standards of the Environmental Protection Committee of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), this Superjumbo emits 40% less nitrogen oxide (NOx), and 80% less hydrocarbons (HC) and carbon monoxides (CO).

• The quietest aircraft in its category

The A380 incorporates cutting-edge technology in terms of noise reduction.

Thanks to its aerodynamic shape and engine performance, the A380 generates half as much noise as a 747-400 when it takes off.

The A380 complies with the strictest of current noise level standards, with a noise margin of 17.5 Decibel compared with ICAO’s Chapter IV noise standards, the most demanding set of standards in terms of acoustic quality for new aircraft.

This high margin means that the A380 will, as of today, meet the noise reduction targets stipulated by ICAO and the European Commission (ACARE project) for 2020.
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What is the purpose of this Gallery? And what can you watch on the monitors?
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The screens will show pieces of art from partner museums. A new exhibition theme will be introduced regularly by a different museum. In November the theme will be "Titian, Tintoretto, Veronese…Rivals in Renaissance Venice", an exhibition from the Louvre museum.
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Air France to lower prices, revamp service in bid to end losses on medium-haul flights
12 November 2009

PARIS (AP) - Air France said Thursday it plans to cut fares on European flights as part of a wider move to revamp its medium-haul service and stem losses.

The airline, part of the Air France-KLM SA group, said the price cuts, which reach up to 24 percent off the most expensive current fares on flights to Copenhagen and Frankfurt, are a response to changing customer requirements. It said the fare cuts don't amount to a shift in its strategy to a "low-cost" model like those of rival airlines Ryanair and easyJet.

Customers "now want reliable, efficient air transport, with an appropriate service, at the lowest possible price, while retaining the Air France touch," the airline's chief executive, Pierre-Henri Gourgeon, said.

Air France's medium-haul flights account for 40 percent of its revenue, and the airline has been slashing capacity faster than competitors in an effort to counter falling traffic and losses, which amounted to euro426 million ($641 million) in the April-June quarter.

Gourgeon said the revamping will allow the airline to cut its operating costs, for example by increasing reliance on internet bookings and serving simpler meals, and to increase market share by allowing customers greater flexibility to change reservations and offering them a "grace period" when reserving tickets.

"All this has the goal of returning the short and medium-haul business to profitability," Gourgeon said.
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for the first class in A380, i would prefer Emirate to AF
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Emirates First class is excessively flashy : I prefer by far Air France's cabin
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New European service for spring 2010

On 1 April 2010, Air France will be introducing a new European service, on sale as from January 2010. Two types of service will be offered: "Voyageur" for passengers looking for a simple product with all the basics at inexpensive fares which are not refundable but which can be modified, and "Premium" for those travelling for business who are looking for flexible fares and additional service.
New European service for spring 2010

Contrary to the low-cost airlines, Air France will continue to offer passengers free transport of at least one piece of hold baggage in addition to a cabin bag, a free in-flight snack and free newspapers. Air France will also be offering new services to help passengers save time, plus lower fares.

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A380: first transatlantic flight between Europe and the United States

With its today's inaugural flight AF380 from Paris to New York tomorrow, Air France is the first airline to offer transatlantic flights between Europe and the United States by A380.
A380: first transatlantic flight between Europe and the United States

On board, the 380 winning bidders of the auction for tickets on the Paris - New York flight will be the first passengers to cross the Atlantic from Paris on the biggest ever civil aircraft. The aircraft will land at New York-Kennedy airport at 1:20 pm local time, 7:20 pm Paris time.

The benefits of the auction for the inaugural Paris-New York-Paris flights will go to several projects in aid of humanitarian associations for children in need all over the world. The Air France Foundation supports these projects.

Starting on Monday 23 November, the A380 will operate daily scheduled flights:
  • AF 006 Paris-New York leaving at 1:30, arriving at 3:45 pm;
  • and AF 007 New York-Paris leaving at 7:15 pm, arriving at 8:35 the following day.

From Paris, Air France will operate the A380 on its Johannesburg route as from 3 Februray 2010 and will therefore be the first airline to operate the A380 to Africa.
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Paris - Joburg has such high traffic? Wow. Thought they'd go for a former French colony first.
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Paris - Joburg has such high traffic? Wow. Thought they'd go for a former French colony first.
Maybe they believe the national soccer team will attract crowds of French supporters to the World Cup!
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Paris - Joburg has such high traffic? Wow. Thought they'd go for a former French colony first.
This is hardly about prestige. If it were solely that, I'd be worrying for AF's survival already. Expect the A380 destinations to be places already being served by B777-300ERs as those planes seat anywhere from 310 to 472, so putting on an A380 with 538 seats is not that ridiculous. Anyway, isn't CDG-JNB already served with B77Ws??
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Anyway, isn't CDG-JNB already served with B77Ws??
CDG-JNB is indeed currently served by 1 B777-200 and 1 B777-300ER daily. I don't know however if the A380 will replace both for 1 return flight daily, of if it will replace only one of those to increase the capacity on this destination.
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CDG-JNB is indeed currently served by 1 B777-200 and 1 B777-300ER daily. I don't know however if the A380 will replace both for 1 return flight daily, of if it will replace only one of those to increase the capacity on this destination.
A dummy booking on AF can answer this question. CDG-JNB becomes 1 daily with the beginning of the A380 service.
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