Seat Map Air France Airbus A318 Europe

Seat map for Air France Airbus A318 Europe

Seating details

ClassPitchWidthSeats
Business Class32"18"18
Economy Class32"18"104

General presentation

These planes are used for European short and medium haul flights. This plane belongs to the A320 family, having a shorter fuselage and holding 118-123 passengers. The 13 A318s are some of the over 350 planes in the Air France fleet.
There are three different seating arrangements for the A318, the 123 seater “Métropole” or the 118 and 123 seater “Europe” layouts. The basic differences are location and availabilty of cradles (bassinets) and non-accompanied children seats. The 118 seater “Europe” layout leaves the middle seat free, “unsaleable” from rows one to nine (this in fact limits passenger numbers to 106!) and is flexible depending on passenger numbers.
In Air France Première class, each seat has a noise-reducing headset, an individual 10.4 inch screen with video games and a choice of 6 recently released films and 10 music channels, a PC power outlet and an in-built individual telephone.
In Affaires class each seat has an individual 10.4 inch screen with video games and a choice of 6 recently released films and 10 music channels, a PC power outlet and an in-built individual telephone.
In Alizé class (Caribbean Islands and Indian Ocean) passengers are offered hi-fi stereo headphones for music and videos. Tempo class flyers get large screens and individual video screens on A330, A340 and B777 aircrafts as well as hi-fi stereo headphones for music and videos. On some destinations such as Pointe-Noire, Malabo, Kuwait, Riad and Tashkent (Airbus A319-ER), Tempo classes offer outlets for your laptop computer.

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Overall rating  
3.5 of 5 based on 15 user ratings

Reviews

2010-09-07
3.5 of 5
18 Helpful votes
Seat7C
FromCDG (Paris)
ToKBP(Kiev)
seat is not bad , but is no advantage in seat confort between all class, AF change the separation between class(curtain).Difference between economy & Pr. Economy is service (business service in Pr. Eco.). Difference between Pr. Eco. & business is the middle seat is close(small tablet on the middle seat).
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2015-02-28
4.5 of 5
14 Helpful votes
Seat19F
FromParis-Charles De Gaulle (CDG)
ToZurich-Zürich-Kloten (ZRH)
Very nice crew, and such a great service.
Good aircraft for a 1-hour-long flight. You don´t have much legroom and the seat cannot recline as much as you can due to it´s only an airplane for 118PAX. Great airline by the way
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2016-05-12
2.5 of 5
2 Helpful votes
Seat3a
FromBucharest - Henri Coanda International (OTP)
ToParis - Charles De Gaulle (CDG)
The Business class seats are the same size as economy, but only two of the three seats are assigned. Sitting at an angle allows more legroom but isn't ideal. The service was excellent and the staff friendly and efficient.
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2018-12-20
3 of 5
0 Helpful votes
Seat21a
Fromschipol
ToParis - Charles De Gaulle (CDG)
enjoyed the flight comfortable not overpacked with fellow travellers quick take off and the landing to gate was fine
snack of coffee and a biscuit served
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2010-07-25
4 of 5
19 Helpful votes
Seat15e
FromLyon
ToAmsterdam
The plane was very comfortable and service was very good. Air France's A318 is one of there most comfortable planes.
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2016-12-11
4.5 of 5
0 Helpful votes
Seat11C
FromMadrid - Barajas (MAD)
ToParis - Charles De Gaulle (CDG)
Very nice crew, and such a great service.
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2017-04-08
3 of 5
0 Helpful votes
Seat2A
FromLIS
ToCDG
The seatback did not recline at all!!!
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