For a third straight year as the official airline of the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), Air France is back in Toronto, through Sept. 8, inviting festival-goes to chill at the Air France TIFF Lounge.
The lounge, located at the corner of King and Simcoe streets, has the look and feel of an airport passenger lounge. Passers-by can enjoy the comfortable surroundings, as well as the airline’s famous Business Class mini pastries, along with a non-alcoholic sparkling wine or coffee. They can also charge their mobile devices and obtain TIFF information from the onsite concierge.
Patrons also have the opportunity to enter a contest for a chance to win a pair of Canada-Paris Business Class tickets.
“We are very proud of our ongoing partnership with the TIFF and to be able to deliver an experience inspired by Air France’s passenger lounge facilities,” said Vincent Etchebehere, vice-president and general manager, Air France KLM Canada.
Out of Toronto, Air France currently operates 10 weekly flights to Paris-Charles de Gaulle. Effective Oct. 27, the airline will
offer one daily flight for its winter schedule while introducing its first Airbus A350.
Etchebehere is pictured here with Sabrina Makhamra, Air France brand ambassador for TIFF.