New Private Jet Service From Air France in Europe

Air France private jet service

First class passengers flying Air France to Paris Charles de Gaulle airport now have access by private jet to over 1,200 airports within Europe. Upon arrival at CDG, an Air France limousine will meet La Première passengers directly on the tarmac for a seamless connection to their private jet and their final destination. As reported by The Wall Street Journal, Air France-KLM is partnering with Wijet “on a push to improve its premium service in the face of competition for the type of travelers that can yield the most profit.”

In the official press release, Air France emphasized the bespoke nature of the service at a price “40% cheaper” than rivals. (Starting at €2,400 per hour.) Each jet is equipped with four leather passenger seats; Air France hopes to fly five passengers a day on the new service. A selection of drinks, snacks, magazines and tablets are offered during the flight. For more information, visit

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