Air France is the national carrier of France, a member of the SkyTeam alliance, and one of the largest airlines in the world in terms of both revenue and passengers carried. The company was founded in 1933 and is known for operating the world-famous Concorde supersonic planes in the 1970's and its high level of in-flight service. The Air France website is full of helpful information and, in contrast to many rival airlines, seems oriented more towards helping customers manage their bookings rather than marketing new reservations. On the website's header, users can immediately find options to check in online, print boarding passes, and view their flight status in real time using an advanced flight tracker tool. The website also provides extensive information on Air France's baggage allowance (currently one free piece of checked luggage), excess baggage fees, and the accepted dimensions for carry-on luggage. The Air France website also offers information on the company's multi-tier cabin class system; Air France offers economy, premium economy (priority boarding, lounge access, superior meals), business class (preferential seats, refined cuisine), and first class tickets. Air France also offers a popular frequent flyer program (“Flying Blue”) about which information can be found on the website.
Ciro Air France is one of my favorites. They're a classic in the aviation world and generally offer a nice experience, reasonable prices and, importantly, they aren't stingy with the drinks! If you want my advice, book a Premium Economy ticket for longer flights. The reason is simple: you get a lot more comfort for just a little more money. For example, they give Premium Economy flyers a baggage allowance of two free checked bags, priority check in at the airport, spacious seats with leg-rests, tons of legroom, and these nice little amenity kits with things like toothpaste, a lifesaver on intercontinental flights. It's really worth it!Delete