PARIS, France, 2017-Nov-03 — /Travel PR News/ — Since 1st November 2017, Air France has started operating two weekly flights to Malé, capital of the Maldives, on departure from Paris-Charles de Gaulle. These flights are operated by Boeing 777-200, equipped with the latest Air France travel cabins, with a capacity of 312 seats including 28 in Business, 24 in Premium Economy and 260 in Economy.
Flight schedules operated by Boeing 777 since 1st November (in local time) –
AF222: leaves Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 20:55, arrives in Malé at 10:45 the following day;
AF223: leaves Malé at 12:30, arrives at Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 19:20.
Flights operated on Wednesdays and Saturdays on departure from Paris and on Thursdays and Sundays on departure from Male until 29 April 2018.
AIR FRANCE’S BEST TRAVEL CABINS
On board the Boeing 777 to Malé, passengers will enjoy the comfort of the new Business, Premium Economy and Economy cabins.
In the Business cabin, Air France offers service excellence in the sky. The seat adapts to the shape of each individual, from seating position to a real 2-metre long bed. At the heart of the curved structure, each passenger creates their own space, according to their desires. The seat’s soft foam is designed to offer impeccable quality of sleep. With a soft duvet and XXL-sized feather down pillow, everything has been designed to ensure peaceful sleep among the clouds. Each passenger has a wide 16-inch (41 cm) HD touch screen.
In Premium Economy, more comfortable seat cushions and a multi-position footrest further enhance this travel cabin. In Economy class, there is a new fully-revised seat, with more legroom, a new seat cushion, more comfortable headrests and a wider tray table.
THE MALDIVES OR THE EPITOME OF A TROPICAL PARADISE
Imagine infinite shades of blue, fine white sand between your toes, enchanting evenings spent relaxing in a water villa…escape to the heart of the most beautiful atolls in the Indian Ocean.
Both an island and a city, Malé is the country’s economic, commercial and cultural capital. For close to a million annual tourists, Malé is the gateway to the Maldives, extremely popular with travellers who come to admire its fine sandy beaches, the turquoise waters of its lagoons and the coral reefs at the bottom of the sea with an amazing variety of tropical flora and fauna.
SOURCE: Air France