|Economy Plus (Premium Voyageur/Alize)||32.0||18.0||21|
As of December 2010, the Air France’s fleet operated 15 Airbus A 330-200 aircrafts, with no additional ones expected to arrive in the near future.
With a length of almost 59 m (193.6 ft) and a wingspan of about 60 m (197 ft), the Airbus A330-200 is capable of a cruising speed of 871 km/h/537 mph at 11,000 m/36,000 ft. Its maximum range is 13,430 km/8,340 mi, its service ceiling 12,527 m/41,100 ft, and maximum speed 913 km/h/563 mph at 11,000 m/36,000 ft.
This aircraft belongs to the Airbus A340 family. The company operates with two different seating arrangements. One has 40 seats in Business Class and 179 in Economy, the other one has 40 seats in Business Class, 21 in Economy Plus (Premium Voyageur, Alizé) Class and 147 in Economy Class. With this long-haul aircraft, introduced in 2001, Air France revolutionized air travel in Tempo cabin class by giving passengers an unrivaled level of comfort thanks to new ergonomic seating with individual in-seat video, large screens as well as hi-fi stereo headphones for music and videos
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. There are individual screens for Economy class passengers. Some people complain about noise from the economy section. On some destinations such as Pointe-Noire, Malabo, Kuwait, Riad and Tashkent, Tempo classes offer outlets for your laptop computer.
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Normal legroom for me, seat location is not bad, even it was close to toilet. A lot of new and old movies to watch.
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