As part of its increased collaboration with Vinexpo Bordeaux, Air France has not only introduced a dedicated reception team to facilitate transfers in Paris, but have also added flights to Bordeaux and exceptionally placed a 787 Dreamliner on the route for two days.
The Boeing 787, with a capacity of 276 seats, ran for two Paris-Charles de Gaulle – Bordeaux return flights on 16th and 17th June. On board this aircraft, passengers benefitted from the best of Air France by enjoying the comfort of the brand-new travel cabins. In this way, the company increased seat capacity by 30% on these two round-trips. Due to the high number of passengers, Air France has also chartered two additional flights by Airbus A319 on 20th and 21st June 2017.
At the fair, the area dedicated to VIP buyers has been renamed the Air France Vinexpo Club. World leaders in the sector receive special attention throughout the four days of Vinexpo Bordeaux.
Meanwhile, at the show, Air France has announced new dishes for its business class by Michelin starred chef, François Adamski, and the company underlined its dedication to the promotion of France’s wine industry, with a reminder that Paolo Basso, Best Sommelier of the World in 2013, has devised Air France’s latest wine list, collaborating with Bettane & Desseauve, authors of the Grand Guide des Vins de France, for Business and La Première cabins.
Hall 1, Stand A231 – Air France Vinexpo Club