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An Airbus A 318 of French airline Air France flies over the rudder of an Airbus A380 during take off on May 12, 2013 in Toulouse.
Part of it probably is cultural when it comes to things like food ... The food is better on Air France than on American, and maybe that’s just because of the expectations of French people.
Pay does not equal safety. Look at the Air France crash (into the Atlantic Ocean on a flight from Rio de Janeiro to Paris in June 2009). It was caused by the same set of issues - reading signals wrongly. And Air France pilots are the best-paid pilots in the world.More quotes »
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Inaugural Air France Flight Lands at MSP
a water cannon salute. The airline is offering a new direct summer service from the City of Love to the Twin Cities. The new service will start with one flight a day, five days a week. On June 17th, Air France will fly seven days a week through Sept. 1. 5/21/13 from KSTP | Minneapolis & St. Paul Read more »
Air France adds new Midwest non-stop: Minneapolis-St. Paul
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Hermès Silk Road
Hearts and Crafts: The People that Make Hermès, directed by Frédéric Laffont and Isabelle Dupuy-Chavanat, on an Air France flight last year, I was positively moved to tears. Ok, that was perhaps a pathetic step too far, but it was such a great short film, from Style Bubble Read more »
Voyages: Closing in on the end
After that, we have one day to complete things, then we fly to Tahiti, sit in the airport all night, then fly to LA on Air France. Will try to get some photos up on the site. It's dark now, the tropical sunset dropping like a weight over the day. No evening from Sail Blogs Read more »
Leaping to Conclusions on a Pilot’s Speculation
France An article on the Bloomberg News Web site on Wednesday noted an airline pilot’s claim that an iPhone could interfere with a plane’s compasses during takeoff and landing. But the report cited in the article isn’t based on scientific research. It was from The New York Times Read more »