Air France Launches Private Jet Service for Premier Passengers

By Paul Joseph

French national carrier Air France has launched a new private jet service for passengers connecting in Europe.

The airline has partnered with French business jet operator Wijet to allow its elite passengers arriving on long-haul flights at Paris-Charles de Gaulle the chance to transfer to a private plane for connecting flights within Europe.

Passengers will enjoy the benefit of simplified departure procedures including no check-in formalities and immediate boarding, while at the arrival airport customers disembark with their baggage without waiting.

Customers can also choose their own departure time and a limousine is provided between the long-haul flight and the private jet.

The new service is available starting at €2,400 per aircraft (not per passenger) for a round trip to or from Paris-Charles de Gaulle

Back in May, Air France unveiled a new first class suite featuring one of the largest beds ever seen on a commercial aeroplane.

Air France was founded in 1933 and has grown to become one of the world’s biggest airlines.

By Paul Joseph