Updated: May 1, 2019
Since 31 March 2019, the French national airline offers up to five weekly flights between its base Paris-Charles de Gaulle and the airport Dallas-Fort Worth, operated by Airbus A330-200 for 36 passengers in a business cabin, 21 in Premium and 167 in economics in the new cabins. Departures are scheduled until 30 June and from 4 September to 25 October Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, with extra rotations Monday and Saturday in July and August. Flight AF150 departed at 1010 to arrive at 1350, with flight AF159 returning from Texas at 1545 and landing the next day at 0815. Air France is in competition with American Airlines on this route.
The company of the SkyTeam alliance, which had served Dallas between May 2001 and May 2002 (abandoning the September 11 attacks), also landed in the USA in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, New York-JFK, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington. Lines proposed as part of Air France-KLM’s transatlantic joint venture with Delta Air Lines and Alitalia.
"The Dallas-Fort Worth airport is growing faster than ever, and we are very pleased to welcome Air France, which will provide even more flight choices for our customers to reach European destinations. Added Sean Donohue President and CEO of Dallas-Fort Worth Airport.
New cabins in Airbus A330
Air France brings a new colorful air and more attention aboard its new cabins Airbus A330.
The new Business Seat, adapted to the dimensions of the Airbus A330, guarantees an unparalleled journey. It turns into a real flat bed 2 meters long and 57.1 cm wide to cross time zones without fatigue. Alone or in pairs, the new configuration adapts to the wishes of customers. They enjoy the choice of a better user-friendliness and a moment of sharing or intimacy preserved thanks to a sliding wall.
On board the new Premium Economy cabin in the Airbus A330, comfort is in the limelight with additional space: a seat inclination of 130 ° in a fixed hull, one of the widest seats on the market with 48, 5 cm, a space of 102 cm between the rows, a lumbar support adapted to different morphologies, additional storage, a wider footrest and a 13.3-inch HD display. The seat mousses, softer, and leather armrests, more generous, have also been revisited.
The Economy seat also evolves for more comfort: more space between the armrests, a reinforced ergonomic foam and an inclination to 118 ° for the seat, a space of 79 cm for your legs, an enlarged tablet and a touch screen HD in 16/9 of 11.7 inches larger and last generation.
Dallas, the inexhaustible
Located in North Texas, Dallas is the fourth largest urban area in the United States. Nicknamed "Big D", it is home to one of the largest industrial cores in the country. The city is also at the forefront in the telecommunications sector and the banking sector. As for tourism and discovery, Dallas is not just a television series. "Big D" also attracts for its cultural attractions. It includes many museums - including the famous 6th Floor Museum, a tribute to John Fitzgerald Kennedy - galleries and art districts, and parks scattered among its skyscrapers. Fort Worth, a few kilometers from the airport, is where the saloons still live. The 15th largest city in the United States, Fort Worth attracts more than 9.1 million visitors a year. It is one of the premier tourist destinations in Texas. It attracts especially for its unique experiences: from its NASCAR race, rodeos through its saloons, its museums or its zoo.
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