Air France and KLM at Malpensa – Air France B787-9 Dreamliner media event
Air France and KLM come back to Malpensa after five years; last 26th March, they started operating five daily services to Paris CDG and four daily services to Amsterdam Schipol, respectively. To celebrate the comeback, last 28th March, Air France operated the morning service from Paris with its new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner and held a press conference to illustrate the new flights; at the end of the press conference, the airline presented to the media its B787-9 Dreamliner.
Air France Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner F-HRBA (cn 38769/500) taxiing to runway 35L at Milan Malpensa, March 2017 – © MXPhotos
The Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner is the B787 family mid-sized jetliner; the fuselage measures 63 m from nose to tail; and the fuselage cross-section is 5,49 m wide. Air France B787-9 Dreamliner features 276 seats in a 3-class configuration: 30 Business Class seats, 21 Premium Economy Class seats and 225 Economy Class seats.
The Business Class cabin has 30 fully-flat seats (60″ pitch, 21″ width) in a 1-2-1 layout. Each seat has a 16″ HD touch screen with IFE remote in the side of the seat, privacy screen, in-seat power and double USB connectors, personal reading light and mood lighting.
Business Class seat – The new Business Class offers a fully flat bed, direct access to the aisle for every passenger and a multipurpose area (desk, restaurant table, and bed) offering even greater privacy – © MXPhotos
Economy Class – Premium Economy Class
The Economy Class cabin has 225 standard seats (31″ pitch, 17″ width) in a 3-3-3 layout and the Premium Economy cabin has 21 recliner seats (40″ pitch, 19″ width) in a 2-3-2 layout; each seat has an individual 16″ HD touch screen, shared power outlets in between seats and mood lighting.
Economy Class seats – Each seat has a 16” HD touchscreen broadcasting new films, movie classics and blockbusters, concerts, documentaries, music and games – © MXPhotos
Premium Economy Class seats – Each seat has an adjustable footrest and is equipped with multiple storage areas, a large tray table, in-seat power and USB connectors – © MXPhotos
Air France-KLM Group
The Air France-KLM network is organized around the hubs of Paris CDG and Amsterdam Schiphol; the Group links Europe to the rest of the world with 328 destinations in 118 countries; the fleet consist of 534 aircraft; Air France and KLM carried 93,4 million passengers in 2016; Air France-KLM Group is part of Sky Team.