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Air France Announces New Interiors For Embraer 190 With Expliseat

Air France has announced it will upgrade its Embraer 190 aircraft with new cabin interiors, which will be revealed at the Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg this May.

Air France has teamed up with Expliseat, the French manufacturer of an innovative carbon fiber and titanium seat, to design the aircraft’s future seats. It combines a lightweight and sustainable design with enhanced comfort, durability, and functionality.

They will be manufactured and assembled in Angers, France, and tailored to the airline’s needs. The entire cabin decor, from the aircraft’s walls to the carpet on the floor, will also be given a makeover in the Air France colors.

Air France Upgrades Short and Medium-Haul Products

Air France continues to upgrade its range of products and services on its short and medium-haul network. The company and its regional subsidiary are thus preparing to renew the cabins of all the Embraer 190s operated by HOP!

The refurbishment of the Embraer 190s will start after summer at the HOP! maintenance site in Clermont-Ferrand. The first revamped aircraft will take to the skies in autumn 2024.

These new-generation seats will be consistent with the high standards of comfort offered on board the Airbus A220, the jewel in Air France’s short and medium-haul fleet. They will be unveiled exclusively from 28 to 30 May at the Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg (Germany), an event bringing aviation professionals together to discuss cabin interior innovations.

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