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Air France First Class Restaurant Perks In Paris

Air France First Class Restaurant Perks In Paris


I consider Air France’s La Premiere to be one of the best first class products in the world. They offer an incredible experience, both in the air and on the ground.

I’d like to think I’m pretty well versed in Air France’s first class product, though there was one feature I wasn’t familiar with. I’m not sure how long this has been around, though this is the first time that I’ve heard of it.

Air France First Class Exclusive Restaurant Perks

Air France first class passengers get access to reservations at some of Paris’ top restaurants, and they even receive extra perks when dining there.

Eligible passengers simply have to contact Air France through a webform at least 48 hours before their intended restaurant booking. They have to indicate which restaurant they’d like to dine at, and then they’ll be sent an exclusive code they should provide when contacting the restaurant for a reservation.

What Restaurants Are Participating?

There are five restaurants participating in this, so let’s look at what they are, and what kind of perks you can expect.

At Restaurant l’Atelier Etoile by Chef Joel Robuchon you receive:

  • Guaranteed table with 24 hours notice
  • Champagne aperitif courtesy of Chef Robuchon’s team
  • A VIP welcome and the chance to personalize your menu

At Restaurant Divellec by Chef Mathieu Pacaud you receive:

  • Guaranteed table with 24 hours notice
  • A VIP welcome and champagne aperitif
  • A tour of the kitchen

At Restaurant Monnaie de Paris by Chef Guy Savoy you receive:

  • Confirmed booking with 24 hours notice
  • A VIP table for two
  • A tour of the kitchen

At Pavillon Le Doyen by Chef Yannick Alleno you receive:

  • Guaranteed table for two with a 48 hours notice
  • A VIP welcome and champagne aperitif at the bar
  • A tour of the kitchen

At Restaurant Arpege by Chef Alain Passard you receive:

  • Guaranteed table with 24 hours notice
  • Meet with Chef (upon availability) and special experience
  • A tour of the kitchen
  • Take home the napkin ring from your meal, a special memento of your experience

Bottom Line

I find this to be a unique collaboration between Air France and some restaurants, which is why I’m writing about it. I’ve never been to any of those restaurants, so I can’t speak as to whether I’d even value the benefit, would I have known about it (to those more familiar with Paris restaurants than me, please let me know if these are actually “top” restaurants).

More generally I think collaborations like this are smart, and I’m surprised we don’t see more of them. We of course see airlines partner with all kinds of brands (United with Saks, British Airways with Elemis, etc.), though usually it’s in a more direct way.

(Tip of the hat to Steve)



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