La Compagnie

Business Class Ne­wark (EWR) — Charles de Gaulle (CDG)

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Span­ish cava, a va­ri­ety of French wines, and soft drinks. Board­ing for La Compagnie was called with suf­fi­cient time so that pas­sen­gers can pass through se­cu­rity with­out con­cern. pri­vacy although there is no par­ti­tion be­tween the neigh­bor­ing seat. Sam­sung tablets are the pri­mary form of in­flight en­ter­tain­ment, and the crew comes around to show pas­sen­gers how to use them, although the se­lec­tion of en­ter­tain­ment is limited. Noise-re­duc­ing head­phones were pro­vided. Once wire­less In­ter­net sys­tems are out­fit­ted on the air­craft in the near fu­ture, more stream­ing video and a mov­ing map will be avail­able. Most im­pres­sive was the elec­tronic se­lec­tion of in­ter­na­tional news­pa­pers and mag­a­zines on the tablet, which re­places the hard copies tra­di­tion­ally pro­vided upon board­ing.

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