[photopress:Air_France_cabin_service.gif,full,alignright]Starting pretty much now Air France will add two evening flights per week on its Shanghai-Paris route. The move takes the total number of flights between the two cities to 12 each week.
The new flights will be operated with Boeing 777-200 planes, with three classes of service and 263 seats in total.
Frank Legre, general manager of Air France China, said in a statement plainly written by a PR, ‘The additional flights are a further proof of our commitment to Shanghai and our determination to offer a better service to our customers.’
Air France will fly seven day flights and five evening flights between Shanghai and Paris each week. This is not including the airline’s code-sharing flights between the two cities, which are operated by China Eastern which could well try and emulate the in-cabin service of Air France.
Air France currently runs 42 weekly flights between four Chinese cities and France.
Source: Shanghai Daily