Air France will increase overall capacity 1.2% over the forthcoming summer season, with most growth focused on long-haul routes at the expense of middle-haul sectors. In what it described as “a still fragile economic environment,” the carrier said summer 2014 would see the gradual introduction of upgraded cabins, which will be designed to move the company’s image and cabin service upmarket. The first Boeing 777-200 equipped with new seats in business, premium-economy and ...

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