Air France starts Tokyo service with superjumbo plane

The infamous superjumbo A380 aircraft will now be flying between Paris and Tokyo, making the long haul flight luxurious for premier class travelers.

Air France recently announced that it has started passenger service between Paris and Tokyo, according to Bloomberg. Tokyo is now the third destination that will be regularly served by the Airbus A380, after New York and Johannesburg.

The aircraft features 538 seats within its three classes, according to the news source. Air France will fly three times a week between the two cities before it starts its daily service in October.

Airbus has delivered 36 of the superjumbo planes since 2007, with 13 delivered this year - three to Air France, three to Lufthansa, five to Emirates, one to Qantas and one to Singapore Airlines.

The aircraft features lie-flat beds in both business and first class along with a separate deck for premier class travelers, according to Airbus.

People who fly often between the two cities now have a direct and comfortable way to travel.ADNFCR-3467-ID-19935545-ADNFCR


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