Yesterday Air France debuted its renovated lounge found in Terminal 1 at New York's JFK Airport. Strictly meant for La Première, Business and Flying Blue Elite Plus fliers, the new lounge promises a warm and private place to relax before a flight. Decorated using white and wood tones, with some touches of the airline's signature red, the addition includes a mezzanine with runway views and two buffets offering snacks, French cuisine, and a variety of Champagne, French wine, and other beverages. After you grab a glass of Champagne, visit the Clarins area where you can get beauty treatments and some take-home products.
Plus, if you're a La Première customer, you will be welcomed personally and taken to a special VIP area on the mezzanine where you can enjoy dishes from famed chef Joël Robuchon that will be served by a Maitre d’Hôtel.
“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,” says Frédéric Gagey, Chairman and CEO of Air France.