From 16 April 2018, Air France will offer three weekly direct flights to Taipei, capital of Taiwan, from Paris-Charles de Gaulle. These flights will be operated by Boeing 777-200, equipped with the latest travel long-haul cabins Air France, with a capacity of 280 seats including 40 in Business cabin, 24 in Premium Economy cabin and 216 in Economy cabin.

Timetable of flights by Boeing 777-200 (local time):

AF552: departure Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 13.35, arriving in Taipei at 8:15 am the next day;
AF557: from Taipei at 10:25, arrival at Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 18:20.

Flights operated on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 16 April 2018.

This new route complements that of KLM offers to join Taipei from Amsterdam Schiphol at 7 weekly flights by Boeing 777.

The best cabins of Air France

On board the Boeing 777 flying to Taipei, passengers benefit from new business cabins, Premium Economy and Economy cabins cabins.

Business cabin, Air France offers excellence in the sky. The chair adapts to the morphology of each, from sitting in a real bed of almost two meters. At the heart of a structure all curves, the traveler recreates its own space, according to his desires. The chair is designed to offer impeccable quality sleep thanks to soft foams. soft duvet, duvet and pillow feathers XXL, everything has been designed to edge to fall asleep in the clouds. Each also has a wide 16 inch HD touch screen (41 cm).

In Premium Economy cabin, customers have more comfortable seats and a footrest multi-position, coming further improve the comfort of the cabin. Economy in the cabin, the new seat is completely redesigned: more legroom, new seating foams, headrests more fluffy and a larger tablet.

Taipei, connected

Cosmopolitan and High Tech of the temple, the Taiwanese capital, populated by skyscrapers-including the famous tower 101- constantly creates new modern codes. However, Taiwan could not summarize its ultra developed capital. The island is full of rustic surprises: bucolic landscapes, wild coastlines, fishing villages, Taoist temples and other sandy beaches. High contrast between wild landscapes and cities of the future, Taiwan is attracting more and more tourists from around the world, curious to enter the equation for that perfect balance.