The Air France Lounge Munich is a typical outstation lounge of the airline, offering a relaxed spot to wait for your flight, but not much more. Learn more about the lounge in our extensive review! You can find more content about Munich on our city page! If you are departing from Terminal 1 at Munich Airport, the lounge situation is less amazing as in the brilliant Terminal 2 with amazing Lufthansa Lounges… Read More
The Air France regional Business Class is a typical European Business Class product. There is no special seat, but rather just a blocked middle seat. Moreover, there is a quick food service, which I found to be rather average. For more information be sure to check out this extensive review! Upon boarding the Airbus A319, which was supposed to bring me from Copenhagen to Paris, I instantly realized that this is one… Read More
As of now, there are two versions of the Air France A330-200 Business Class. The more modern lie-flat product in a 1-2-1 configuration and the old angle-lie-flat product in a 2-2-2 configuration. This review of the Air France long haul Business features the old product, which I flew with in an Airbus A330-200. While I was expecting the worst of this old configuration, I was actually positively surprised. When it comes to… Read More
Air France Lounge CDG 2F is one of many different lounges at the primary hub of Air France. The lounge is located in Terminal 2F and is mainly used by passengers who transfer between two European flights. We were actually surprised how small and crowded the lounge was upon our arrival. Overall, our lounge review shows you why we didn’t really “fell in love” with the Air France Lounge Charles de Gaulle… Read More
Good morning y’all! We are currently at an Air France Lounge in Charles de Gaulle, the biggest airport in Paris. Even though the lounge definitely is crowded, we found a nice corner to grab some food at one of the buffets. These are just our first impressions, an extensive review is about to come in a few weeks. Excited for Venice right now!