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Air France Introduces New ‘Padded’ Amenity Kits for Long-Haul Premium Economy Guests

Air France Announced on Thursday that starting this month, long-haul Premium Economy guests will receive a new custom 'padded' comfort kit. The two-tone amenity kit will be available in four colors including light blue, navy blue, grey and red.

Air France Presents New 'Padded' Comfort Kits - Courtesy Air France

Last Thursday, Air France announced that long-haul Premium Economy guests will receive a custom ‘padded’ comfort kit. The original two-tone design will be available in light blue, navy blue gray and red. The pocket-sized kit is both chic and practical and will undoubtedly be received by Air France’s Premium Economy guests warmly. The comfort kit has been designed as a genuine gift and includes a sleep mask, a pair of socks, a toothbrush & toothpaste, earplugs and headphone customers.

Air France provides a comfort kit to all long-haul passengers, regardless of cabin booked. La Première guests receive an elegant leather case containing a range of face and body treatments signed by Carita. The first class comfort kit is available in a choice of either light blue or navy blue. The modern and elegant Business Class comfort kit features a suede texture and leather flap. The kit is available in four colors and contains all the onboard essentials, as well as a range of moisturizing products by Clarins.

Even babies and children aged 3-11 are treated to an upmarket experience when traveling on Air France long-haul flights. Babies in La Première, Business and Premium Economy receive a pastel baby bottle carrier case which contains all the baby essentials. Young guests in all cabins who have ordered a child’s meal will be offered a pretty metal box in pastel colors that contains a variety of activities to keep them busy throughout the flight. The kid’s kit is available in two colors and is ideal for reuse as a pencil case, which can easily fit in a school bag.

Source: Air France


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