Air France is expanding its upmarket produce offerings by adding an à la carte meal option for La Première and Business customers.
On all Air France long-haul flights, passengers can enjoy dishes with an "Asian delights" theme, topped off with a seafood basket.
Six dishes in the La Première cabin and six others in the Business cabin are now available, which include:
- Traditional Chinese;
- Flavours of India;
- Thai cuisine;
- A taste of Korea;
- Japanese delights;
- A “seafood basket”
Customers can book the dish of their choice between 90 days and 24 hours before their flight departure. They can book an à la carte meal when purchasing their ticket or in the 'Manage your bookings' section online at www.airfrance.fr, at Air France ticket offices and call centers, or when they check in online or on their smartphone.
Air France asked Jean-Marie Massaud, a French designer, to create a new new tableware that includes champagne flutes, fine porcelain Bernardaud plates and Christofle cutlery.
Air France has invited French chefs to create certain dishes on the La Première and Business menus onboard long-haul flights departing from Paris, including dishes by Joël Robuchon, Guy Martin, Michel Roth, Thibaut Ruggeri, Régis Marcon and Anne-Sophie Pic.
Most recently, Savoie-born Guy Martin created new dishes in the La Première cabin.