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Wearing a surgical mask is mandatory at the airport and during your flight. We also ask that you practice social distancing whenever possible.
At the airport, hand sanitizer dispensers are available at your convenience.

Dressing the table the french way

We know that visual pleasure heightens the senses, so we have carefully selected traditional elegant French tableware to intensify your gastronomic experience.

A new and improved experience

Awarded “l’Étoile du design 2016”*, the new Air France tableware has been carefully designed to deliver service on board of the highest quality.

Sleek, elegant wine glasses, champagne flutes, a tea service, candy box, bell cover for hot platters… In the La Première cabin, with the porcelain, glassware and cutlery, we go the extra mile to give you the full French experience.

We are committed to eco-design to be able to manage the impact of our products and services on the environment as far as possible.

Our eco-friendly tableware and service trays in the Premium Economy and Economy cabins has reduced the amount of material used and associated CO2 emissions by a third.

* Award received by Air France for its tableware in the La Première and Business cabins

First-class designers

Jean-Marie Massaud, designer of the tableware for the La Première and Business cabins, is of international renown.

In the La Première and Business cabins, the porcelain plates and bowls are produced by manufacturers Bernardaud in Limoges, France, and by Guy Degrenne respectively.

The cutlery, made of elegantly crafted stainless steel, is created by Christofle, a manufacturing silversmiths based in Normandy, France.

Eugeni Quitllet has created a stylish tableware set for the Premium Economy and Economy cabins, striking the perfect balance between functional design and pleasing appearance.

Originating from the Catalan region of Spain, the former student of Philippe Starck has developed a contemporary range of tableware dressed up with the distinctive colors of Air France.

And for the little ones, he has created a modern food tray with fun airplane-shaped cutlery!

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