Air France Account Manager Teresa Murphy recently took some members of the Irish travel trade to visit Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport. The agents were given an in-depth briefing and tour to show that CDG is an efficient European hub.
Attending were (above, back row): Marvin Castellon, Club Travel; Lucy Stanley, Atlas Travel; Erika Gogorova, Travel Broker; Xue Gu, Destination Store; (Front row): Aisling O’Donovan, Club Travel; Louisa Ercolino, Club Travel; Sonya O’Brien, Eimer Hannon Travel; and Teresa Murphy, Air France.
Air France and Aéroports de Paris have joined forces to improve the quality of service offered to passengers, attract more international traffic and strengthen the leading European hub.
Among the newer infrastructures implemented, the first and most important transformation is the completion of Satellite S4, the new boarding area at Terminal 2E. This new area allows Air France to group its operations to the east of the hub and to offer its passengers shorter and more fluid connecting channels.
Fully dedicated to handling long-haul flights and wide-bodied aircraft, S4 is a strategic location for setting up the largest Air France lounge. This 3,000 sq m area dedicated to well-being embodies Air France’s ambition to offer its customers the very best in French art of living and technological innovations.
Alongside these new infrastructures, Air France and its Sky Team partners, as well as Aéroports de Paris, have invested heavily to continue to meet passengers’ expectations at every stage of their trip.