Physics Teaching, Aviation Photography, Glassblowing Edward Pascuzzi JFK - Air France Airlines A380 Inaugural Ceremony - November 2009 John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), New York

Shown below are images of the first Air France A380 service to JFK from Paris (Charles de Gaulle-CDG) in November, 2009.  At the time,

Air France became the first European airline to operate A380 service to the US, using the behemouth jetliner which is capable

 of carrying some 800 single-class passengers (or ~500 passengers in a multi-layout) over more than 8000 miles nonstop.  In Air France A380s,

passengers have a choice of First Class, Business Class, Premium Economy and Economy from which to undertake their travel.  In First Class,

there exist nine seats, complete with everything from private changing areas to a buffet of extensive variety.  In Business Class, one finds similar

amenities, however Air France is the only airline which possesses an “electronic” art gallery in an aircraft (see images below). 

Premium Economy is available as a more spacious and generous flying mode relative to standard Economy class.

Enjoy the images and please email if you have specific publication needs for any particular

aircraft or scene.

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