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The pleasure continues this summer with Air France and its one thousand destinations

April 28, 2014 Aviation No Comments Email Email

Air-France-125A warm and passionate country, in the summer of 2014 the world will be looking at Brazil, host of this year’s World Cup. After Rio and Sao Paulo, Air France now flies to a third destination: Brasilia (3 weekly flights). 31 weekly frequencies to Brazil and a partnership with the local airline Gol, to discover the country that’s mad about football and the entire Latin American continent beyond.

In Asia 2 daily flights will serve Tokyo-Haneda airport, closer to downtown than Narita. In Europe, the Norwegian fjords will bring a breath of fresh air to the steamy summer with a new route to Stavanger in Scandinavia (2 daily flights).


A trip on the Air France A380 is the promise of a travel experience combining comfort and pleasure. This summer you can fly away every day on the superjumbo to new destinations, San Francisco and Hong Kong. These routes are in addition to those already served by the A380:
– In North America: Los Angeles, New York-JFK and Washington-DC
– in Africa: Johannesburg
– in Asia: Hong Kong and Shanghai


Foie gras terrine, sea pike in herb crust with lemongrass sauce, scallops, four-cheese tortellini and a subtle blend of coffee and mascarpone in a creamy and delicate tiramisu are just some of the new dishes* Air France customers will be able to enjoy when they choose an “à la carte” menu. Available in Economy and Premium Economy, with menus costing between 12 and 28 euros as an alternative to the complementary meal served on board Air France long-haul flights, these gourmet dishes are the prom-ise of a made-to-measure culinary experience.

In the Business cabin, Régis Marcon, a Chef with 3 Michelin stars, has designed the exclusive menu for Air France. Passionate about food, he embodies a separate branch of French cuisine: from Ardèche to Auvergne, he has taken inspiration from his family heritage to create traditional and authentic culinary delicacies.

*”Ocean”, “Tradition”, “Italia” or the “LeNôtre Selection”, four “A la carte” menus are available on Air France long-haul flights on departure from Paris*. On departure from the French Overseas Departments; Fort de France, Pointe à Pitre, Cayenne and Reunion Island, three menus are available: Italia, Ocean and Tradition.

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