As of December 2010, the Air France’s fleet operated 56 Airbus A 320 aircrafts, with 10 additional ones expected to arrive in the near future. In the case of this service, these planes are used for European short and medium haul flights. This is the most commonly used model of the A320 family.
With a length of almost 38 m (124.6 ft) and a wingspan of 34 m (111.5 ft), the Airbus A320-200 is capable of a cruising speed of 828 km/h/511 mph at 11,000 m/36,000 ft. Its maximum range is 5,900 km/3,700 mi, its service ceiling 12,000 m/39,000 ft, and maximum speed 871 km/h/537 mph at 11,000 m/36,000 ft.
Business (Première) class passengers have noise-reducing headsets, a 10.4” interactive video screen featuring a selection of films and news broadcasts, a power outlet and individual telephone. The lie flat seats have a massage function and optical fibre reading lamp. Seats recline up to 131º. The Affaires cabin features standard Voyageur (Economy) seats with the middle seat converted into a table.
There are individual screens for Economy class passengers. Some people complain about noise from the economy section.
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18 Helpful votes
appalling seating on my March 16, 2010 flight to Moscow from Paris. 4 hours with ridiculous seat pitch, having to put up the aisle arm rest and put my legs sideways, even though I had an aisle seat. Looks like this A320 was converted to Charter plane status. In flight entertainment: never heard of it! Never again
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17 Helpful votes
Legroom was very good, much better than Air France's B777-200 international routes. Seat was very comfortable but a little old and cabin was a little old but clean. No TVs but supplied a good magazine and nice Italian snacks. Service was brilliant, although quite turbulent flight. All armrests can go up.
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The seats are very hard!!
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