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Slovenian passengers in transit at Charles de Gaulle, do not need any additional security control. This enables them to have extra-time to relax and enjoy the many services offered as different restaurants, a large number of shops and relaxing areas in T2C, T2G, S3 where passengers can enjoy a massage and some beauty services.
Charles de Gaulle is also a children-friendly airport. Different play areas are located in boarding areas of Terminals 2C, 2E (new section) and S3, and equipped with Sony systems offering different video games and the possibility to watch cartoons.
Moreover an Unaccompanied Minor room at Terminal 2E is available for young travellers between the ages of 4 and 14 having connecting flights. In this 200 m2 space young travellers are cared for by Air France staff and enjoy themselves with various activities. The Paris airport also provides a self-service stroller loan service, available after the security controls at terminal 2E.

In Only Two Hours

Air France offers you two daily flights from Ljubljana to Paris. It takes approximately two hours to reach the beautiful and romantic Paris - the capital of France. From Charels de Gaulle airport, the centre is only about half hour away. The coach service is departing every 30 minutes. Paris gives offers to a tourist an incredible variety of world-famous sights. Anyone from the young backpacker explorers, romantic couples or senior tourists can find a way to feel the 'joie de vivre' in this magnificent city. Eiffel tower, the Louvre, the Champs Elysees and the Moulin Rouge are only the few first listed in a wide set of attractions that Paris offers you. Of course, there's also the excellent French cousine, while the families will want see the fabulous Eurodisney, where they can joy the Mickey Mouse and other Disney characters in their adventures. Paris is a city you just cant miss.

Fly Airbus A380

The 538 passengers on board Air France's A380 enjoy more comfort and space, whichever cabin they are travelling in. On board, Air France has designed everything so that passengers on this Superjumbo aircraft enjoy a moment of well-being, in a quiet and particularly soothing cabin with noise levels which are 5 decibels lower than industry standards. The A380 is more spacious than any other aircraft.
Thanks to lower fuel burn, the A380 also produces less CO2 per passenger than any other plane. With less than 75 g of CO2 produced per passenger kilometre, the A380 is one of the most environmentaly-friendly aircraft.
The lighting is not only a key element in the feeling of comfort for passengers, but also plays a role in synchronizing the body clock. On board the Air France A380, different lighting environments exist depending on the different stages of the flight. To enjoy a drink, relax or chat with friends or family, each cabin on the A380 has its own bars, including one exclusively reserved for La Première customers, two in the Affaires cabin and three in the Voyageur cabin.
The A380's in-flight entertainment system is completely new, with wider screens and easier navigation, enabling passengers to access programmes in just a few clicks. Passengers can choose between movies - some of which are translated in up to 9 languages or follow the aircraft's flight path (Geovision) in real time. Air France is the first airline in the world to equip each seat in the Affaires and Voyageur cabins with a USB socket, enabling passengers to download contents such as flight schedules, information on Air France, destination guides, games for children, relaxation videos and podcasts.

La Première

The Air France La Première service redefines the codes of luxury to satisfy its customers. From the moment they arrive at the airport, and throughout their entire trip La Première customers benefit from a personalized assistance, making their experience a pure moment of well-being and comfort.
Customers in transit are personally welcomed at their arrival in Charles de Gaulle, and accompanied to the La Première lounge, where they can enjoy a choice of gastronomic cuisine specially created for Air France by Alain Ducasse or a massage at the relaxation centre. When it's time to board, a private Mercedes service convoys the passenger to the plane.
The on board menus, created by Michelin-starred chefs, propose quality products and the best in French wines. A bar remains open throughout the flight so that passengers can get a refreshing drink at any time. For flights lasting over 10½ hours, a buffet is also available during the flight.
La Première passengers are pampered in a 2-meter bed ensuring customers enjoy a good night's rest. The comfortable bed has an additional mattress with a duvet, a pure Merino wool blanket, a "boudoir" cushion, an anti-allergy feather pillow with an embroidered cotton pillowcase edged with openwork.


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