La Premiere, Air France\'s long-haul first class product, is available on the Airbus A380 along with four-class Boeing 777-300ER and 777-200ER aircraft. The Premiere cabin features four to nine (A380) wood and leather seats which recline 180Ã‚Â°, forming two-metre long beds. Each seat features a 10.4\" touchscreen TV monitor with interactive gaming and AVOD, a privacy divider, automassage feature, reading light, storage drawer, noise-cancelling headphones, personal telephone, and laptop power ports. A la carte on-demand meal services feature entrees created by Chef Guy Martin. Turndown service includes a mattress, duvet and pillow. Private lounge access is offered worldwide. La Premiere is not available on the A330-200 and A340-300, where Affaires is the highest cabin class; and since 2010, the same applies to three-class 777-200ER and 777-300ER aircraft. Through 2011, four-class 777-200ER and 777-300ER configurations are equipped with four and eight La Premiere seats respectively. Air France is starting to introducing revised La Premiere and Affaires seats on new aircraft.
Business, Air France\'s long-haul business class product, is available on Airbus A330, Airbus A340, Airbus A380, Boeing 747-400, Boeing 777-200ER, and Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. Business features angled lie-flat seats which recline to two metres in length. Each seat includes a 10.4\" touchscreen TV monitor with interactive gaming and AVOD, reading light, personal telephone, and laptop power ports. Meal service features three-course meals and a cheese service, or an express menu served shortly after takeoff.
Premium Economy is Air France\'s premium economy product for long haul flights, which became available on the Boeing 777-200ER, 777-300ER, Airbus A340-300 and Airbus A330-200 in late 2009 and early 2010, and on the A380-800 in late 2010 and early 2011. It is a dedicated cabin section with a 2-4-2 (2-3-2 on the long haul Airbus fleet) configuration with 38\" pitch, 123Ã‚Âº reclining fixed shell seats, including an adjustable headrest, a 10.4\" touchscreen, personal reading lamp, universal power ports, and an adjustable leg rest (40% more space, compared to Voyageur seats; the seats are 20% wider and offer 20% more legroom). There are 38 seats on the Airbus A380, 32 on the Boeing 777-300ER, 24 on the Boeing 777-200 and 21 on the Airbus A340-300 & A330-200 (between the Business and Economy cabin; behind Business on the A380 upper deck). Passengers receive double baggage allowance, priority airport services, and extra frequent flier mileage. On board, business class amenities include noise-cancelling headphones, an amenity kit, improved blankets, and an enhanced meal service. Premium Voyageur is not available on 777-300ERs which fly to French overseas territories, on which Aliz is available.
Economy, Air France\'s economy class product, features seats that recline up to 118Ã‚Â°. The latest long-haul Voyageur seat, which debuted on the Boeing 777-300ER, includes winged headrests, a personal telephone, and a touchscreen TV monitor with AVOD Interactive Entertainment System which have been installed on all of Air France\'s long haul fleet. Short-haul Economy services are operated by Airbus A320 family aircraft with different seating arrangements. Air France is one of the few airlines who features winged headrests on short-haul aircraft in both classes. On short haul flights a snack is served. On medium haul flights a three course cold meal is served. On long haul flights there is a choice between two main courses when available. Free alcoholic beverages are available on all flights, including champagne.
*Source of information: Wikipedia.