Das Flugzeug Airbus A320 (320) v1 Air France hat 2 Klassen an Bord mit insgesamt 152 Sitzplätzen. Verwenden Sie die Sitzkarte des Flugzeugs, um herauszufinden, welche bequemer sind und welche vermieden werden sollten.
|business||34||18||1 - 7||26|
|economy||32||18||8 - 29||126|
Just the best seat of the plane. You have USB power and extra leg space. You are better than in business. don't be stupid take economy and choose this row! Good travel!
CDG - Amman and back with same seat 4F. For the day flight CDG - Amman on March 23, the quality of the meal served compensated (a bit) the lack of space. For the night flight Amman - CDG on March 28, this is a disaster: leaving at 01:15 am to arrive at CDG at 05:35 am without any good sleep. AF needs to choose another type of plane for such a long trip (they do it for Cairo which is served by daughter company Joon with a A340 in three classes). To pay a business fare for such a seat is a shame. I introduced a claim to AF but they just answered that "my comments will be taken into account to improve service..."
'Business' seats and economy seats are all the same. In business, no one is seated in the middle seat. Some people have mentioned under-seat electrical boxes narrowing the storage space for seats a,b,e and f, but all of the storage spaces were the same as far as I could see, and there would have been no problem with storage sitting in a window seat. These were however extremely uncomfortable seats. This was a 5-hour flight from CDG to TLV and I was miserable at the end of it. I will do my best to avoid this plane in the future, and there is no point in paying extra for a 'business' seat.
Garbage "business class" seat from what is quickly becoming a garbage "business" airline. I've been in better economy seats.
AF sold this as business class and it was coach cabin with middle seat blocked. Very disappointing and did not meet expectations for a 4 hour and 25 minute flight. Seriously Air France needs to NOT sell this cabin as a business class experience.
The new business class in Airbus A320 is a disaster! Space for legs is worse than any low-budget airline! If Air France wants to keep his business customers, it should act ASAP!
For an overnight flight, seat is tight, economy seat making it unacceptable for business class. Take RJ.
I fly this regularly and agree the so called business class is pretty sad. 2D is typically the best seat, although there is a new configuration of this plane, where the first row is fully across and there is no good seat like 2D used to be. I feel like there is even less leg room in the so called business class. Also I've never seen a power outlet, it says on this site that every seat in business has one, that is false.
My comment relates to all seats that are considered and purchased as business class. Although price was much above economy class the they were quite the same. There are no proper room for legs, I am not sure if there is any difference between the space of Economy and business class and there is very very low option to back recline. Calling those seats "business class" at the most best description is a total misleading the passengers who are the airline customers. The right description is that it may consider to be just a robbery. If Air France is really wishing to hear passenger feedback, then the airline should take the required actions ASAP and to the future passengers of Air France - DO AVOID FLYING BUSINESS CLASS ON THOSE FLIGHTS UNTILL THIS ISSUE IS RECOVERED
The seat has no recline
It says might not recline, although mine didn't recline at all. Avoid row 10.
2D is deffinately better than 2F more leg space.
I flew Air France's A320 from Paris to Tel Aviv. To describe this seat as business class is misleading. As stated on Seat Guru, the middle seat is kept clear. You are given an amenity kit and water before takeoff. At 6'6 this flight was torture. I had booked Business class from LAX - Tel Aviv and the second leg from Paris to Tel Aviv was also in Business class. If you are buying that leg outright, save your money. It isn't worth it.