With Business Travel trips increasing in capacity following the pandemic, Air France and Lufthansa have announced their latest business class offerings with confirmed launches in Spring and Autumn 2022. These new offerings will provide an upgraded experience, guaranteeing comfort and traveller well-being on long haul journeys departing from New York-JFK airport and operating between Munich and Canada.

Here, we look at the added features offered by both airlines in addition to their current on-board entertainment and menu’s.

Air France

A new 48 seat business class cabin will be launched in September 2022 with the first flight departing from New York-JFK.

Features of the brand-new cabin design includes upgrades to the seating, entertainment screens, noise-reducing headset, Bluetooth connectivity and electrical outlets.

Seating

The latest cabin design has incorporated a flatbed almost two metres long. Each seat has direct access to the aisle through a sliding door which creates a private space to work, recharge and relax when closed.

Travelling together? Seats located in the centre of the cabin are equipped with a central panel which can be lowered.

Entertainment

Integrated noise-reducing headsets within the latest seating design and 17.5-inch 4K anti-glare screens bring a whole new experience to on-board entertainment. With Bluetooth connectivity, several electric outlets including USB A and C ports

Lufthansa’s Seating Upgrade

Lufthansa’s latest long-haul business class product launching this Spring will operate between Munich and Canada, providing business class passengers with upgraded seating. Much like Air France’s new offering, Lufthansa now have a more spacious seat offering in a 1-2-1 layout with direct aisle access. The A350-900’s seating can also be easily converted into a two-metre-long bed.

For more information or queries on the new Business Class offerings from both Lufthansa and Air France please contact your Business Travel Consultant.

T: 0330 044 0520

E: Sales@good-travel.co.uk

*Information taken from Business Traveller, Business Travel News Europe, Lufthansa and Air France.