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Air France’s new A380 colours


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July 10: Air France rolled out Airbus A380 F-HPJA in its new corporate livery in Hamburg today. This particular aircraft will start operating a daily Paris Charles de Gaulle – New York JFK route in November 2009.

There will be three cabin classes seating a total of 538 passengers; 80 seats in the ‘Affaires’ (business) cabin and 106 in ‘Voyageur’ (economy) on the upper deck with nine in the first-class ‘Première’ cabin and 343 in ‘Voyageur’ on the main deck.

Air France has 12 Airbus A380s on order, four of which will start operating between winter 2009 and spring 2010.

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