The new lounge at Orly-West, in the airport’s Hall 2.

Relaxing in style
in mainland France

The new lounge at Orly-West, in the airport’s Hall 2.

Passengers can relax in comfy armchairs or on the small terrace adjoining the lounge in Hall 2 at Orly-West.

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Passengers can relax in comfy armchairs or on the small terrace adjoining the lounge in Hall 2 at Orly-West.

Passengers can relax in comfy armchairs or on the small terrace adjoining the lounge in Hall 2 at Orly-West.

Benches fitted with power outlets and a large table structure the new space in Hall 2 at Orly-West.

Benches fitted with power outlets and a large table structure the new space in Hall 2 at Orly-West.

At Bordeaux airport, the lounge decor hasa strong contemporary vibe.

At Bordeaux airport, the lounge decor hasa strong contemporary vibe.

At Bordeaux airport, the lounge decor hasa strong contemporary vibe.

At Bordeaux airport, the lounge decor hasa strong contemporary vibe.

A varied selection of food and drinks is available in the lounges throughout the day.

A varied selection of food and drinks is available in the lounges throughout the day.

wide seats

Enjoy a convivial moment around a large table or opt for a more private spot in one of the wide seats in the lounge at the airport in Bordeaux

wide seats

Enjoy a convivial moment around a large table or opt for a more private spot in one of the wide seats in the lounge at the airport in Bordeaux

The national and international press is available in lounges at French mainland airports.

The national and international press is available in lounges at French mainland airports.

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The national and international press is available in lounges at French mainland airports.

Air France offers a variety of airport lounges for its passengers, as well as for those flying on HOP!. Here’s a look at Orly, Bordeaux and Montpellier, where the exclusive restyled spaces now offer a range of new food options as well.

At each Navette stopover or when departing from HOP!’s regional hub (Lyon), Flying Blue Platinum, Gold and SkyTeam Elite Plus passengers on Air France HOP! flights, as well as La Première and Business passengers on Air France connecting flights at Paris-CDG and Paris-Orly, can take advantage of the warm, welcoming setting of one of eight lounges (including four private Air France lounges), a world away far from the hectic bustle of the airport. Some of these luxurious spaces have been completely redesigned, namely Paris-Orly-West Hall 2, Bordeaux and Montpellier.

A convivial setting

Ideally located on the floor right above the boarding gates, the renovated and expanded Orly-West Hall 2 lounge extends for over 400 m2, and features a panoramic view of the runways and a mini-terrace. Its newly redesigned spaces meet the needs of each and every Air France and HOP! passenger, whether they’re relaxing, working or dining. A large convivial table structures the space, which features wide padded seats and benches with power sockets. Catering service is geared for those in a hurry and now offers takeout.

The architectural design of the furniture, created exclusively for Air France, reflects the airline’s intent to move upmarket, offering passengers the very best of France. Here, as in the seven other lounges in mainland France, Air France and HOP! passengers can access international, and French national and regional press, as well as Wi-Fi.

Cozy loft setting

The airport lounge in Montpellier (now a Navette stopover) has been spruced up this year. It’s now a bright space with light colors, offering different types of comfortable seating, private spaces and a lavish restaurant service featuring local dishes. In the same spirit, the Bordeaux area, opened a year ago, is ideally located in Hall B of the airport, near the boarding gates. It has a thoroughly contemporary look, providing options for both convivialitywith its long tableor peace and quiet, according to individual needs. The lounge is very popular with passengers on Navette flights to Orly and Air France flights to Paris-CDG, Marseille and Amsterdam.

Air France values

A crucial aspect of any airline’s strategy, the airport lounge is the point of entry for passengers and an invitation to relax prior to their flight. Air France and HOP! offer passengers a special experience, providing comfort and care for people traveling on short-haul flights. Bringing a distinctive French touch, the catering service has been a central focus at Air France: pastries in the morning, a variety of cold dishes at mealtimes, cold soups in summer, hot soups the rest of the year (Orly and Nice) and products offered in partnership with local producers (Bordeaux wines and chocolates in Bordeaux, Beaujolais wines and organic produce in Lyon).

Parisian lounges

— Paris-Orly: 2 Air France and HOP! lounges (Halls 2 and 3).

— Paris-CDG: 6 private Air France lounges for departures (terminals 2E, 2F and 2G), 1 arrival lounge (terminal 2C), 1 La Première lounge (terminal 2E).

Elsewhere in mainland France

Bordeaux, Lyon, Nice, Marseille, Montpellier and Toulouse.

Bordeaux, Lyon and Orly Air France lounges are private; Marseille, Montpellier, Nice and Toulouse airport lounges are open to eligible Air France and HOP! passengers.

Orly-West Hall 3

This newly renovated lounge welcomes eligible passengers on flights to overseas departments, New York and some medium-haul destinations operated from Orly-West. The catering service is identical to that available in Hall 2, except for the availability of soups and without the option of take-out.

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