From Thursday, 28 June 2012, passengers flying
with Air France and its SkyTeam partners will experience the new
boarding satellite at Paris-Charles de Gaulle terminal 2E - the
With a capacity of 7.8 million passengers every year, the S4
increases the competitiveness of Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport
in terms of long-haul traffic and the quality of service offered
Aéroports de Paris has paid particular attention
to the atmosphere, the shopping areas, passenger channels and
the materials used. Light and spacious, the S4 offers
passengers 6,000 sqm of boutiques, bars and restaurants and
25,000 sqm dedicated to the boarding lounges, the equivalent
of 128 tennis courts.
A museum will also shortly be opening at the
satellite, presenting original works from famous museums in Paris.
The new Air France lounge,
at the heart
of the S4, offers Business class passengers 3,000 sqm of space designed by Brandimage in
association with the designer Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance.
a park, customers can rest, have something to eat and drink,
work, read and relax in various atmospheres.
A hot meal service has been added to the
selection of cold snacks and drinks available at
all Air France lounges.
A Clarins well-being area invites
passengers to relax before a flight, and wi-fi access, digital
tablets and computers are available if they wish to work in
“By investing 580 million euros in this new satellite,
the airport has taken a major step in terms of quality of
service and is taking Paris-Charles de Gaulle to a new
dimension with one main objective: to become passengers’
preferred hub,” said Pierre Graff, Chairman of Aéroports de
Alexandre de Juniac,
Chairman and CEO of Air France, added, “The launch of satellite S4 and the largest ever Air
France lounge marks a turning point in the history of our hub.
In these times of transformation for our airline, we are
reconfirming our ambition to offer our customers airport
service which is among the best in the world. We are continuing
to invest to guarantee all our passengers even more efficiency,
fluidity and quality of service.”
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