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...Air France - My opinions on the airline in general.
My husband and I recently flew to Los Angeles and back and we had the pleasure of taking an Air France flight.
Why pick Air France you might ask? I am a Virgin Atlantic silver card holder and generally only like to fly with them but I do like to get value for money and after searching the internet I found that Air France were approximately...
Advantages: Customer service Disadvantages: Almost none
...Air France is the biggest and best-known French airline in the world. Owning many different aircraft including the Concorde, they offer a multitude of destinations from their main Paris Charles De Gaulle (CDG) base, as well as other airports in France.
The British airports served by this airline are Aberdeen, Birmingham, Bristol, Edinburgh, London (City, Gatwick, Heathrow), Manchester...
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Review of AirFrance - AFR
Advantages: Nice food, Good Onboard Entertainment (selected aircrafts) Disadvantages: Poor Cleanliness of Aircraft, Check-in staff, Cabin Crew
...Air France were my form of Transport to Cape Town via Paris Charles De Gaulle and Johnanesburg and I was travelling with an open mind that was until I got to Manchester and believe me first impressions count for a lot.
Upon check-in at Manchester Airport I was greeted by a rather miserable Air France check-in agent who seemed extremely put out by the fact that she was having to check us in...