Air France rolls out private jet service
The new Air France private jet line services 1,200 airports in France and the rest of Europe within two and a half hours from Paris.
Air France has teamed with the charter flight operator Wijet to offer a new service to clients flying in its top-of-the-range La Première class.
From the Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport or another location in Europe, passengers have the option of continuing their journey aboard a private jet.
Each AIR FRANCE private jet has an intimate cabin furnished with just four roomy leather club chairs. Two of them can recline to 140° to allow passengers to fully relax during the flight.
Personal storage space, folding tables and spacious luggage ensure the utmost comfort level for high-end clients, who can enjoy alcoholic beverages, pastries or boxed lunches aboard the flight regardless of the time of day.
The private jets will serve 1,200 airports located within a range of two and a half hours from Paris, both in France and elsewhere in Europe.
Clients of the service are free to choose their own departure time and can take advantage of simplified pre-flight procedures.
There is no need to go through the check-in process, and boarding takes place as soon as the passengers arrive. Upon reaching their final destination, clients can step off the plane with their luggage without delays.
This new service is available starting at €2,400, including taxes and fees to reserve the entire jet for a round trip to or from Paris-Charles de Gaulle. The return flight must be made within two days after the outgoing trip.
Travelers can book their trip using the standard reservation methods or through the dedicated La Première customer hotline.