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Air France's new Boeing 787-9 takes flight this week, ahead of beginning commercial flights to London, Cairo and Montreal, and Australian Business Traveller can share the first official photos from inside the French flag-carrier's Dreamliner.
Up front are 30 business class seats arranged in the pleasingly familiar and increasingly standard 1-2-1 layout.
Each seat converts into a two-metre long fully-flat bed, with 40 inch pitch between the seats and a sleep service boasting "soft seat cushions, a silky duvet and an XXL feather pillow”.
The 21 premium economy seats are arranged 2-3-2 with 40 inches of seat pitch...
... with a 130 degree recline into a fixed shell, so that the legroom directly ahead of your seat is never intruded upon by the passenger in front of you.
Other features of the new Air France premium economy seats include "additional storage space and innovative features including an individual reading light, a tray table with a groove for posing a digital tablet or book, an electric socket and a USB port."
225 economy seats ranked 3-3-3 round out the plane, at 17.3 inches wide and with a 31 inch pitch.
Of course, none of that's as swish as the Skyteam member's luxe Boeing 777 first class...