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Published on : Wednesday, November 6, 2013
For the 2014 winter season, Air France wishes to serve Abidjan by A380 on a regular basis*. After Johannesburg, Abidjan will therefore become the second destination on the African continent to be served by the Air France superjumbo.
“This special flight with the most iconic aircraft in our fleet demonstrates our commitment to support economic recovery in Cote d’Ivoire and the development of exchange with the rest of the world,” said Frank Legré, SVP for Africa at Air France-KLM.
Abidjan has nearly seven million inhabitants. Air France has strengthened its presence there since summer 2013, with ten instead of seven weekly flights and an optimum choice of flight schedules for customers.The Air France A380, with a capacity of 516 seats, offers four cabin classes: La Première (9 seats), Business (80 seats) Premium Economy (38 seats) and Economy (389 seats).
This Airbus is already a new benchmark in terms of air transport and the environment. Besides unparalleled comfort in a cabin with exceptional dimensions, it offers a low noise level on board and uses less fuel, therefore reducing CO2 emissions.