El avión Airbus A330-200 (332) Air France tiene 3 clases a bordo con un total de 208 asientos. Use el mapa de asientos del avión para encontrar cuáles son más cómodos y cuáles deben evitarse.
|business||61||21.5||1 - 7||40|
|premium economy||38||19||19 - 21||21|
|economy||32||18||23 - 42||147|
CDG->SEA, yhis was on a newer or refurbished A330, not the older ones I have flown in the past, it has the "dressing room" style lights around the bathroom mirror. 19H is the rightmost seat in the center section, what is marked 19F on the old maps. This was a much-improved seat, newer entertainment system with a remote, seat that seems to slide a bit further forward in its shell. The bulkhead gives you more room, still have the tray table in the armrest but there is a bin to put magazines/etc in front of your seat, which is nice.
SEA to CDG. 10+ hr. flight. The premium economy seats are hard: about 6 hrs. into the flight my butt was numb. However, the additional cost for premium economy is worth it for the added space, service, and the small, 21-seat cabin section.
Seats 29 ABJK are at the door (more leg room but FREZING COLD) and too close from the toilets
Quiet seat. All was fine. Screen works fine.
I was travelling from Bangalore to Paris with this flight. I chose 39F as my seat, it was the bad decision which i bad. no space for leg since it has some box in front, very less space for legs. TV screen display is very old and pathetic. Whenever i touch or shake my armrest it used to get on, which irked me while sleeping. flight is very noisy and couldnt able to sleep properly. Got very bad head ache in the flight. from my next travel i would not prefer this flight.
This was an older plane with less than comfortable seating. The seat-back video system was largely inoperable. The cabin crew seemed apathetic but otherwise responsive if you had requests.
Very disappointing business class. My first thought was "how old is this plane"? The entertainment equipment is from another era -- slow, small screen and difficult to use. Even the food on this flight was less than Air France standard. Will probably try to avoid Air France in the future which is a shame because it used to be one of my favorite airlines.
This bulkhead premium economy seat has significant extra legroom. The extra width of the seat and armrest is worth the extra fare. The tray table is small and unfolds in a awkward position compared to the non-bulkhead premium economy seats. As noted in other comments, there is essentially no recline in the premium economy seats. Whoever designed these seat should be found...and sternly spoken to.
This was a very comfortable seat. The seat does not recline completely flat, but I was able to stretch out and get several hours of solid sleep. Being 212cm tall, such comfort on airplanes is difficult to find. While I did not sit in the bulkhead seats, I am not sure they offer any advantage over the standard business class seat. The food and service were excellent on this aircraft from N'Djemena to Paris
The business class in this plane is very disappointing. It's very dated - no lay flat seats - and quite dingy and badly in need of not just an update, but some basic serious cleaning. You'd only choose to fly on this plane if you had no other choice, and there are a lot of better choices out there. Plus the cabin service for Air France leaves a lot to be desired.
I upgraded at last second to premium economy on this Houston to Paris nonstop. I would never again purchase premium economy for this type plane. It felt like there was very little cushion in the seat. I took my personal blanket that I normally place in the small of my back and I sat on it to provide more cushion. I can normally sleep on long flights but not this time. It just didn't seem to provide much more room. Maybe the seat was so hard that it just spoiled what was supposed to be the advantage to being in premium economy. Ug.
Loads of legroom but if you are on the lardy side the fold out table may not fold out. The seats looked worn and fittings were broken also my recline didn't function at all. Screens fold out of the arm rest but the picture isn't great.
Due to the position of 3 seat : no screen
The cabin is a bit tired, very much in need of an overhaul, but that goes for the entire plane! I usually pick this seat as it is the front-most seat which is FOC but it does have a power pack in the foot well.
Flew on this plane Cape Town to Paris (11hrs) in Business, seats were comfortable enough, says angle flat bed, but in relevance with the foot rest which angles downward slightly, the bed goes very flat but at the odd angle. IFE had decent enough selection but was a bit slow, food was amazing, overall, a fairly good seat for 5-9 hours.
Air France Premium Economy seats on this plane are atrocious. Dirty, creaky, and the "recline" function is a back-killer. Compared to say Lufthansa product, these seats are terrible. Also, no self-serve area for drinks etc. as sold on AF site.
Very much dated aircraft interior, arm rest for 42B was broken. Tiny screens, feels like travelling in the early 2000s. Flight was not full so that made up for the lack of amenities. IF the flight was full it would have been challenging. Crew was polite, so that was a plus.
Not my prefered travel with Air France. Seat 28K is not convenient due to the proximity of the lavatories (lights, smell, noise, traffic) but also due to the entertainment box under the front seat preventing to strech my legs properly (only 50% available). Definitively not a seat to choose.
Seat was very hard and only reclined about 1 inch. Dinner was served at 11:00 pm. What's the point? I had to wake up to eat. And breakfast at 2:00 am - Seriously!
Air France Airbus A330 economy class is a like a bunch of wooden boxes. No wiggle room at all and the seat cushions are so hard I had to put a pillow under my you know what.. Who had this sick idea of putting hard partitions between the seats? I've had an exit row seat but it only added more room in front of me. The seat, just like all other seats in economy class, was horrible. Air France - you need to make this plane a lot more comfortable. I've only flown 8 hours, Paris to Chicago. I couldn't imagine flying 12, or 15 hours. That would unbearable.