Air France will launch business class on domestic flights in the first quarter of 2020, mirroring the premium cabin product of its short-range European flights.
Passengers at the pointy end of the SkyTeam member's domestic services will find the 3-3 seating in the front rows will have the middle seat blocked for greater privacy and personal space, although Air France says this will also be a "dedicated front cabin".
Travellers will enjoy "deluxe snacks" alongside Champagne and wine, with lounge access and access to priority check-in desks before their flight.
Airline CEO Anne Rigail outlined plans for domestic business class at an investor presentation in Paris earlier this week, saying the aim is to provide a "consistent business product" across the Air France network.
The lack of a business class offering within France has meant that passengers from outside of Paris, such as the regional centres of Lyon, Marseille and Toulouse, are to date unable to enjoy an end-to-end business class experience ahead of Air France's longer international business class journeys.
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