Air France Becomes The Second Airline To Fly The A380 To Miami, Starting This Winter

Air France announced today that it will begin A380 service to Miami this winter, starting on December 1.

The switch to an A380 means that a First Class cabin will be available on the route (not available on the current aircraft flying the route), and the number of premium seats offered by Air France will more than double. Overall seat capacity will increase by 39.2 percent.

Lufthansa started A380 service to Miami in 2011.

 

THE A380 SOON TO FLY OFF TO THE SUNNY CLIMES OF MIAMI

Wednesday 6 August 2014

Throughout the 2014-2014 winter season (26 October 2014- 28 March 2015), Air France will operate up to 7 weekly frequencies to Miami on departure from Paris-Charles de Gaulle. Starting from 1st December 2014 through to the end of the season, all flights will be operated by Airbus A380.

Daily* flight times operated by A380 from 1st December 2014 to 28 March 2015 (local time)

AF090: leaves Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 13:50, arrives in Miami at 18:05
AF099: leaves Miami at 20:55, arrives at Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 11:20 the next day

*daily service except from Wednesday 5 January 2015 to 1st February 2015 and from Wednesday 9 March 2015 to 28 March 2015.

THE AIR FRANCE A380, FOR OPTIMUM TRAVEL COMFORT

The Air France A380 has 516 seats in four cabin classes: 9 seats in La Première, 80 seats in Business, 38 seats in Premium Economy and 389 seats in Economy. On board, all passengers enjoy optimum travel comfort and an exceptionally spacious cabin. 220 windows fill the cabin with natural light and changing ambient lighting helps to cross time zones without feeling tired. In addition, six bars divided between the cabins enable passengers to meet up during the flight.

With five decibels less noise in the cabin compared to industry standards, the A380 is a particularly quiet aircraft. It also features the latest technology at the service of entertainment and comfort. External images are broadcast live via three cameras housed in the front, underneath and at the rear of the aircraft, which are broadcast live throughout the flight. Finally, Air France’s superjumbo is the first to have a special area dedicated to arts and culture.