Air France's exhibition "France is in the Air" to stop in Paris
Jul 28 2014
by Bastien Bluzet

Air France's exhibition "France is in the Air" to stop in Paris

After stopping in Shanghai and New York last spring, the France is in the Air exhibition, proposed by Air France, will move to Paris Grand Palais from September 13 to 21.

The French airline recently decided to move upmarket, with the launch of its new First Class in May. In fact, the company is now facing a new high-end competition, including that of the emirati airlines such as Emirates or Etihad.

This exhibition was conceived as a journey. Air France wants to showcase its expertise and refinement, while praising the French way of traveling. The airline company takes visitors through real and virtual experiences designed to make them discover Air France’s new environment and equipments. The exhibition also invites visitors to immerse themselves in the history of Air France through archives that trace its 80 years of existence.

To enjoy the experience to the fullest, a mobile application is available on the iOS and Android platforms. It enriches the experience with augmented reality and additional contents. Note that admission to the exhibition will be free, so prepare for some queueing. On September 15 & 16, admission only wih invitation.

For more information on the Paris exhibition "France is in the air" and opening times: expo.airfrance.com

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