Air France inaugurated its fully renovated lounge yesterday at the heart of New York John F. Kennedy International Airport, located at terminal 1.

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Exclusively reserved for customers traveling in La Première, Business and Flying Blue Elite Plus members, the lounge features a host of services in a warm and private atmosphere, offering customers an even greater comfortable and relaxing experience before their trip.

“On our legendary New York-Paris route, our passengers are already enjoying our latest long-haul cabin classes which are gradually equipping our Boeing 777 and our superjumbo the A380. Today’s inauguration of this beautiful new lounge completes our offer for our Premium customers and is part of our strategy to upgrade all our products and service, both on the ground and on board,” said Frédéric Gagey, Chairman and CEO of Air France.

The new light-filled lounge welcomes customers in a relaxing environment with white and wood tones enhanced by touches of red, Air France’s signature color. A large mezzanine offers an impressive view of the runways. The curved architectural lines are signed by design and branding agency, Brandimage.

On arriving in the lounge, customers can obtain all the information they need about their trip from Air France agents at the reception desk.
Two buffets featuring hot and cold snacks, as well as a wide range of Champagne, French wines and other alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, feature French cuisine with a selection of fresh produce and gourmet dishes.

At the heart of the lounge, a relaxation area with subdued lighting offers comfortable seats. Nearby, customers can relax on loungers. A Clarins well-being area offers beauty treatments free of charge. Customers also have access to shower stalls complete with Clarins products. It is also possible to work in quiet conditions thanks to free Wi-Fi access. Moreover, a wide selection of local and international press is available in French and English.

La Première customers receive a personalized welcome on their arrival at New York-JFK airport. They are accompanied to the lounge, where a VIP area is exclusively reserved for them. In this private area, located on the mezzanine, they can enjoy dishes signed by Joel Robuchon and served by a Maitre d’Hôtel.

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About Air France Lounges Worldwide
Air France offers its customers access to lounges for fast and easy access through the airport at nearly forty airports throughout the world.  At the Paris-Charles de Gaulle hub, Business and Flying Blue Elite Plus customers benefit from six lounges on departure of their flight (Terminal 2E, 2F and 2G) and a lounge on their arrival (Terminal 2C). La Première customers have access to a totally exclusive lounge located in Terminal 2E.

Whether you’re looking to relax, eat or work far from the hustle and bustle of the airport, Air France designs its lounges like real havens of peace. As part of its overall strategy to upgrade all its products and services, Air France is constantly improving its offer. Like in New York, the Air France lounges in Cayenne, Munich and the lounge located at Terminal 2E hall K at Paris-Charles de Gaulle, as well as the lounge located in Hall 4 at Paris-Orly have been completely renovated to offer more comfort and services before the customers’ trip.
Find all photos of Air France lounges worldwide at corporate.airfrance.com.