Air France will be equipping its Embraer 190 with brand-new travel cabins.

Air France is constantly improving its range of services for its medium- and short-haul routes. To achieve this goal, the airline and its regional affiliate HOP! are planning to update the interiors of all Embraer 190 aircraft operated by HOP!.

To develop seats for these aircraft, Air France has partnered with Expliseat, a French company that produces cutting-edge carbon fiber and titanium seats. These seats are designed to be lightweight, environmentally friendly, comfortable, useful, and durable. They will be manufactured in Angers, France, to meet the airline’s specific requirements.

In addition to the new seats, the complete cabin decor, including the walls and floor carpet, will be revamped using the Air France colors.

The Embraer 190s are scheduled to undergo renovation at the HOP! maintenance station in Clermont-Ferrand after the summer season. The first of these renovated planes is expected to take off in the fall of 2024.

To maintain the exceptional levels of comfort provided on board the Airbus A220, which is Air France’s flagship aircraft for short- and medium-haul flights, new seats will be installed. These seats will be officially unveiled at the Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg, Germany, where aviation experts gather to discuss advancements in cabin interiors. The event will take place from May 28 to 30.

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