Starting October 25, customers flying out of Boston Logan International Airport can enjoy updated long-haul cabins from Air France, with newly redesigned seats in Business, Premium Economy and Economy classes.
The new Business Class seats are billed as "a cocoon in the sky," with seats made of soft foam that adapt to the shape of each individual. The seats can also transform from a seating position to a two-meter-long bed, and come with a soft duvet and XXL-sized feather down pillow.
Each passenger has a 16-inch HD touch screen with access to a wide range of programming. A touch screen handset can be used to navigate through programs or to make phone calls, and a set of noise-reducing headphones allows for privacy. Additionally, all Business Class passengers receive a comfort kit, which includes a Clarins moisturizer, lip balm, and beauty products.
Michelin-starred French chefs worked with Air France on the Business Class dining menu, which also offers a complimentary wine list curated by Paolo Basso.
The new cabins first debuted on long-haul flights out of New York, Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. Planes with the new cabins currently serve 20 destinations, including Los Angeles, New York, Washington, D.C., Boston, Toronto, Vancouver, Sao Paulo, Bangui, Douala, Libreville, Malabo, Yaoundé, Beirut, Dubai, Guangzhou, Jakarta, Beijing, Shanghai, Singapore and Tokyo-Haneda.