Air France is celebrating after seeing its one millionth passenger use the Premium Voyager service.

 People who are taking flights to India or other countries with Air France could be interested to know the carrier has recently marked an important milestone.

The airline has announced that it has now seen its one millionth passenger travel with it in the Premium Voyageur service.

Mukesh Chawla was the lucky passenger who checked in to an Air India flight and was awarded two return tickets from India.

He was also given several other branded Air France items, including a red suitcase from the Le Tanneur range.

“In Premium Voyageur, I particularly appreciate the privacy of the cabin and the large seat tray which enables me to work in a comfortable and peaceful environment,” Mr Chawla said.

People who take flights to India and other countries with Air France will now be able to see a range of stunning images of the locations they pass over displayed as part of the Geo-vision programme.

Written by Nicholas Scott

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