Renovated Air France Lounge at Washington Dulles Reopens Offering Pre-Flight ‘Night Service’ Dining

By Jesse Sokolow on 19 July 2019
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Washington Dulles International Airport

Washington Dulles International Airport

Air France announced the opening of its renovated lounge at Washington Dulles International Airport on Thursday.

The lounge, which welcomes both Air France La Première and Business passengers, KLM World Business passengers, and Fly Blue Elite Plus members, can accommodate up to 155 people.

In addition to a variety of hot and cold dishes, the airline is offering its Night Service pre-departure dining for the last Air France flight leaving Washington, D.C. for Paris. Night Service was introduced in 2016 at its lounge at John F. Kennedy International Airport for the last two flights departing New York for Paris.

With Night Service, Air France business-class passengers are invited to enjoy the same meal on the ground prior to departure that would normally be served in the air. This in turn will provide them will more time to sleep in the air.

“During the flight, you can therefore enjoy a good night’s sleep in the comfort of the Air France Business class cabin,” the airline said when it introduced Night Service.

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