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Air France Partners With Michelin-Starred Chef Daniel Boulud on New Menu Offerings

Air France Partners With Michelin-Starred Chef Daniel Boulud on New Menu Offerings


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Forget what you think about airplane food. For one year, Boulud will design special dishes for Air France’s La Premiere (first class) and Business cabins for long-haul flights from 11 North American cities, according to a release.

For La Premiere customers, one of the five dishes Boulud has created will be rotated on a three-month basis. The dishes are described as “harmonious and seasonal,” and include Atlantic lobster with a curried coconut sauce, black rice, and bok choy; Provencal lamb chop with zucchini pesto, tomato, and cheese polenta; and sea bass in vine leaves, za’atar, farro, and grape. La Premiere dishes will be served on flights departing from New York, Los Angeles, and Washington.

For the business cabin, four dishes will rotate every two weeks. These dishes are described as “warm, spicy and exotic, but retain their French character.” Dishes include salmon with fennel, chickpea, and sumac; Moroccan chicken tagine with lemon, cauliflower, and couscous; and braised chicken basquaise with chorizo, peppers, and saffron rice. Business dishes will be served on flights departing from Atlanta, Boston, Houston, Washington, New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago, San Francisco, Detroit, and Minneapolis.

“Customers are more interested than ever in enjoying the best quality food, whether in a restaurant or on-the-go, and that includes in-flight,” said Daniel Boulud. “Air France has always maintained very high standards for culinary excellence on board, which I have enjoyed many times as a passenger between my home in the U.S. and my native France. I saw this as a wonderful opportunity to bring together our expertise and create a better in-flight experience for passengers. I hope Air France travelers will find my dishes to be soulful and delicious!”


Flight Review: Air France (777-200) Business Class From Paris to New York

This post contains references to products from one or more of our advertisers. We may receive compensation when you click on links to those products. Terms apply to the offers listed on this page. For an explanation of our Advertising Policy, visit this page.

Air France offers solid value and great availability for those booking with Flying Blue miles. The Pros: A true lie-flat seat, aisle access, good food and excellent in-flight entertainment options. The Cons: narrow seats, no Wi-Fi and no hot food offerings in the lounge.

Update: Some offers mentioned below are no longer available. View the current offers here.

While Paris (CDG) to New York (JFK) may sound like an extremely glamorous route, it&rsquos served by a lot of subpar planes and products. On the lower side, you&rsquove got La Compagnie and its angle-flat seats on the 757, as well as Air France&rsquos A380, which probably has the second-worst product out there &mdash a result of angle-flat seats and no direct-aisle access. American Airlines flies 757s, as does Delta I flew on the 777, which has a herringbone set-up and a configuration that&rsquos not ideal because it&rsquos not private and you&rsquore exposed to the aisle.

Even though my business-class flight to Paris on Delta&rsquos 777-200 wasn&rsquot in the most spacious seat, it&rsquos still one of the best ways to fly between New York and Paris. I&rsquove flown Air France&rsquos first class La Première product on the A380 and 777 and loved both flights, so I was excited to try out the carrier&rsquos lie-flat business product. Today, we present a full review of Air France&rsquos option on this route: the Boeing 777-200.


Flight Review: Air France (777-200) Business Class From Paris to New York

This post contains references to products from one or more of our advertisers. We may receive compensation when you click on links to those products. Terms apply to the offers listed on this page. For an explanation of our Advertising Policy, visit this page.

Air France offers solid value and great availability for those booking with Flying Blue miles. The Pros: A true lie-flat seat, aisle access, good food and excellent in-flight entertainment options. The Cons: narrow seats, no Wi-Fi and no hot food offerings in the lounge.

Update: Some offers mentioned below are no longer available. View the current offers here.

While Paris (CDG) to New York (JFK) may sound like an extremely glamorous route, it&rsquos served by a lot of subpar planes and products. On the lower side, you&rsquove got La Compagnie and its angle-flat seats on the 757, as well as Air France&rsquos A380, which probably has the second-worst product out there &mdash a result of angle-flat seats and no direct-aisle access. American Airlines flies 757s, as does Delta I flew on the 777, which has a herringbone set-up and a configuration that&rsquos not ideal because it&rsquos not private and you&rsquore exposed to the aisle.

Even though my business-class flight to Paris on Delta&rsquos 777-200 wasn&rsquot in the most spacious seat, it&rsquos still one of the best ways to fly between New York and Paris. I&rsquove flown Air France&rsquos first class La Première product on the A380 and 777 and loved both flights, so I was excited to try out the carrier&rsquos lie-flat business product. Today, we present a full review of Air France&rsquos option on this route: the Boeing 777-200.


Flight Review: Air France (777-200) Business Class From Paris to New York

This post contains references to products from one or more of our advertisers. We may receive compensation when you click on links to those products. Terms apply to the offers listed on this page. For an explanation of our Advertising Policy, visit this page.

Air France offers solid value and great availability for those booking with Flying Blue miles. The Pros: A true lie-flat seat, aisle access, good food and excellent in-flight entertainment options. The Cons: narrow seats, no Wi-Fi and no hot food offerings in the lounge.

Update: Some offers mentioned below are no longer available. View the current offers here.

While Paris (CDG) to New York (JFK) may sound like an extremely glamorous route, it&rsquos served by a lot of subpar planes and products. On the lower side, you&rsquove got La Compagnie and its angle-flat seats on the 757, as well as Air France&rsquos A380, which probably has the second-worst product out there &mdash a result of angle-flat seats and no direct-aisle access. American Airlines flies 757s, as does Delta I flew on the 777, which has a herringbone set-up and a configuration that&rsquos not ideal because it&rsquos not private and you&rsquore exposed to the aisle.

Even though my business-class flight to Paris on Delta&rsquos 777-200 wasn&rsquot in the most spacious seat, it&rsquos still one of the best ways to fly between New York and Paris. I&rsquove flown Air France&rsquos first class La Première product on the A380 and 777 and loved both flights, so I was excited to try out the carrier&rsquos lie-flat business product. Today, we present a full review of Air France&rsquos option on this route: the Boeing 777-200.


Flight Review: Air France (777-200) Business Class From Paris to New York

This post contains references to products from one or more of our advertisers. We may receive compensation when you click on links to those products. Terms apply to the offers listed on this page. For an explanation of our Advertising Policy, visit this page.

Air France offers solid value and great availability for those booking with Flying Blue miles. The Pros: A true lie-flat seat, aisle access, good food and excellent in-flight entertainment options. The Cons: narrow seats, no Wi-Fi and no hot food offerings in the lounge.

Update: Some offers mentioned below are no longer available. View the current offers here.

While Paris (CDG) to New York (JFK) may sound like an extremely glamorous route, it&rsquos served by a lot of subpar planes and products. On the lower side, you&rsquove got La Compagnie and its angle-flat seats on the 757, as well as Air France&rsquos A380, which probably has the second-worst product out there &mdash a result of angle-flat seats and no direct-aisle access. American Airlines flies 757s, as does Delta I flew on the 777, which has a herringbone set-up and a configuration that&rsquos not ideal because it&rsquos not private and you&rsquore exposed to the aisle.

Even though my business-class flight to Paris on Delta&rsquos 777-200 wasn&rsquot in the most spacious seat, it&rsquos still one of the best ways to fly between New York and Paris. I&rsquove flown Air France&rsquos first class La Première product on the A380 and 777 and loved both flights, so I was excited to try out the carrier&rsquos lie-flat business product. Today, we present a full review of Air France&rsquos option on this route: the Boeing 777-200.


Flight Review: Air France (777-200) Business Class From Paris to New York

This post contains references to products from one or more of our advertisers. We may receive compensation when you click on links to those products. Terms apply to the offers listed on this page. For an explanation of our Advertising Policy, visit this page.

Air France offers solid value and great availability for those booking with Flying Blue miles. The Pros: A true lie-flat seat, aisle access, good food and excellent in-flight entertainment options. The Cons: narrow seats, no Wi-Fi and no hot food offerings in the lounge.

Update: Some offers mentioned below are no longer available. View the current offers here.

While Paris (CDG) to New York (JFK) may sound like an extremely glamorous route, it&rsquos served by a lot of subpar planes and products. On the lower side, you&rsquove got La Compagnie and its angle-flat seats on the 757, as well as Air France&rsquos A380, which probably has the second-worst product out there &mdash a result of angle-flat seats and no direct-aisle access. American Airlines flies 757s, as does Delta I flew on the 777, which has a herringbone set-up and a configuration that&rsquos not ideal because it&rsquos not private and you&rsquore exposed to the aisle.

Even though my business-class flight to Paris on Delta&rsquos 777-200 wasn&rsquot in the most spacious seat, it&rsquos still one of the best ways to fly between New York and Paris. I&rsquove flown Air France&rsquos first class La Première product on the A380 and 777 and loved both flights, so I was excited to try out the carrier&rsquos lie-flat business product. Today, we present a full review of Air France&rsquos option on this route: the Boeing 777-200.


Flight Review: Air France (777-200) Business Class From Paris to New York

This post contains references to products from one or more of our advertisers. We may receive compensation when you click on links to those products. Terms apply to the offers listed on this page. For an explanation of our Advertising Policy, visit this page.

Air France offers solid value and great availability for those booking with Flying Blue miles. The Pros: A true lie-flat seat, aisle access, good food and excellent in-flight entertainment options. The Cons: narrow seats, no Wi-Fi and no hot food offerings in the lounge.

Update: Some offers mentioned below are no longer available. View the current offers here.

While Paris (CDG) to New York (JFK) may sound like an extremely glamorous route, it&rsquos served by a lot of subpar planes and products. On the lower side, you&rsquove got La Compagnie and its angle-flat seats on the 757, as well as Air France&rsquos A380, which probably has the second-worst product out there &mdash a result of angle-flat seats and no direct-aisle access. American Airlines flies 757s, as does Delta I flew on the 777, which has a herringbone set-up and a configuration that&rsquos not ideal because it&rsquos not private and you&rsquore exposed to the aisle.

Even though my business-class flight to Paris on Delta&rsquos 777-200 wasn&rsquot in the most spacious seat, it&rsquos still one of the best ways to fly between New York and Paris. I&rsquove flown Air France&rsquos first class La Première product on the A380 and 777 and loved both flights, so I was excited to try out the carrier&rsquos lie-flat business product. Today, we present a full review of Air France&rsquos option on this route: the Boeing 777-200.


Flight Review: Air France (777-200) Business Class From Paris to New York

This post contains references to products from one or more of our advertisers. We may receive compensation when you click on links to those products. Terms apply to the offers listed on this page. For an explanation of our Advertising Policy, visit this page.

Air France offers solid value and great availability for those booking with Flying Blue miles. The Pros: A true lie-flat seat, aisle access, good food and excellent in-flight entertainment options. The Cons: narrow seats, no Wi-Fi and no hot food offerings in the lounge.

Update: Some offers mentioned below are no longer available. View the current offers here.

While Paris (CDG) to New York (JFK) may sound like an extremely glamorous route, it&rsquos served by a lot of subpar planes and products. On the lower side, you&rsquove got La Compagnie and its angle-flat seats on the 757, as well as Air France&rsquos A380, which probably has the second-worst product out there &mdash a result of angle-flat seats and no direct-aisle access. American Airlines flies 757s, as does Delta I flew on the 777, which has a herringbone set-up and a configuration that&rsquos not ideal because it&rsquos not private and you&rsquore exposed to the aisle.

Even though my business-class flight to Paris on Delta&rsquos 777-200 wasn&rsquot in the most spacious seat, it&rsquos still one of the best ways to fly between New York and Paris. I&rsquove flown Air France&rsquos first class La Première product on the A380 and 777 and loved both flights, so I was excited to try out the carrier&rsquos lie-flat business product. Today, we present a full review of Air France&rsquos option on this route: the Boeing 777-200.


Flight Review: Air France (777-200) Business Class From Paris to New York

This post contains references to products from one or more of our advertisers. We may receive compensation when you click on links to those products. Terms apply to the offers listed on this page. For an explanation of our Advertising Policy, visit this page.

Air France offers solid value and great availability for those booking with Flying Blue miles. The Pros: A true lie-flat seat, aisle access, good food and excellent in-flight entertainment options. The Cons: narrow seats, no Wi-Fi and no hot food offerings in the lounge.

Update: Some offers mentioned below are no longer available. View the current offers here.

While Paris (CDG) to New York (JFK) may sound like an extremely glamorous route, it&rsquos served by a lot of subpar planes and products. On the lower side, you&rsquove got La Compagnie and its angle-flat seats on the 757, as well as Air France&rsquos A380, which probably has the second-worst product out there &mdash a result of angle-flat seats and no direct-aisle access. American Airlines flies 757s, as does Delta I flew on the 777, which has a herringbone set-up and a configuration that&rsquos not ideal because it&rsquos not private and you&rsquore exposed to the aisle.

Even though my business-class flight to Paris on Delta&rsquos 777-200 wasn&rsquot in the most spacious seat, it&rsquos still one of the best ways to fly between New York and Paris. I&rsquove flown Air France&rsquos first class La Première product on the A380 and 777 and loved both flights, so I was excited to try out the carrier&rsquos lie-flat business product. Today, we present a full review of Air France&rsquos option on this route: the Boeing 777-200.


Flight Review: Air France (777-200) Business Class From Paris to New York

This post contains references to products from one or more of our advertisers. We may receive compensation when you click on links to those products. Terms apply to the offers listed on this page. For an explanation of our Advertising Policy, visit this page.

Air France offers solid value and great availability for those booking with Flying Blue miles. The Pros: A true lie-flat seat, aisle access, good food and excellent in-flight entertainment options. The Cons: narrow seats, no Wi-Fi and no hot food offerings in the lounge.

Update: Some offers mentioned below are no longer available. View the current offers here.

While Paris (CDG) to New York (JFK) may sound like an extremely glamorous route, it&rsquos served by a lot of subpar planes and products. On the lower side, you&rsquove got La Compagnie and its angle-flat seats on the 757, as well as Air France&rsquos A380, which probably has the second-worst product out there &mdash a result of angle-flat seats and no direct-aisle access. American Airlines flies 757s, as does Delta I flew on the 777, which has a herringbone set-up and a configuration that&rsquos not ideal because it&rsquos not private and you&rsquore exposed to the aisle.

Even though my business-class flight to Paris on Delta&rsquos 777-200 wasn&rsquot in the most spacious seat, it&rsquos still one of the best ways to fly between New York and Paris. I&rsquove flown Air France&rsquos first class La Première product on the A380 and 777 and loved both flights, so I was excited to try out the carrier&rsquos lie-flat business product. Today, we present a full review of Air France&rsquos option on this route: the Boeing 777-200.


Flight Review: Air France (777-200) Business Class From Paris to New York

This post contains references to products from one or more of our advertisers. We may receive compensation when you click on links to those products. Terms apply to the offers listed on this page. For an explanation of our Advertising Policy, visit this page.

Air France offers solid value and great availability for those booking with Flying Blue miles. The Pros: A true lie-flat seat, aisle access, good food and excellent in-flight entertainment options. The Cons: narrow seats, no Wi-Fi and no hot food offerings in the lounge.

Update: Some offers mentioned below are no longer available. View the current offers here.

While Paris (CDG) to New York (JFK) may sound like an extremely glamorous route, it&rsquos served by a lot of subpar planes and products. On the lower side, you&rsquove got La Compagnie and its angle-flat seats on the 757, as well as Air France&rsquos A380, which probably has the second-worst product out there &mdash a result of angle-flat seats and no direct-aisle access. American Airlines flies 757s, as does Delta I flew on the 777, which has a herringbone set-up and a configuration that&rsquos not ideal because it&rsquos not private and you&rsquore exposed to the aisle.

Even though my business-class flight to Paris on Delta&rsquos 777-200 wasn&rsquot in the most spacious seat, it&rsquos still one of the best ways to fly between New York and Paris. I&rsquove flown Air France&rsquos first class La Première product on the A380 and 777 and loved both flights, so I was excited to try out the carrier&rsquos lie-flat business product. Today, we present a full review of Air France&rsquos option on this route: the Boeing 777-200.


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