As of December 2010, the Air France’s fleet operated 31 Boeing B 777-300ER aircrafts, with additional ones expected to arrive in the near future. They were introduced in the 1980’s as the first wide-bodied craft able to fly long distances. They have the longest range of the Air France fleet, being endowed with powerful engines. This variant comes in three layouts, this being one of them, used on routes to Caribbean and Indian Ocean.
With a length of 73,9 m (242 ft) m and a wingspan of 64.8 m (212 ft), the Boeing B777-300ER is capable of a cruising speed of 560 mph/905 km/h. Its maximum range is 17,370 km (10,856 mi). The service ceiling of this aircraft is 43,100 ft (13,140 m).
Business 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 fiber 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, Tempo classes offer outlets for your laptop computer.
Appropriate food (including breakfast, snack, lunch or dinner) and drink (non-alcoholic and alcoholic) are offered.
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Good seat. Alizé class is very closed to economy cabin. It's cool because you don't hear the noise from the economy. Good investissement.
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