Last Thursday I had the opportunity to visit the opening ceremony for Air France’s new first and business class lounge at Washington-Dulles. The airport is an important station for the airline, with around 40 years of service.
At one point, the airline even flew there with the Concorde. (BA did as well to London.) According to current schedules, the station is one of the airline’s top three busiest in the United States (the other two are New York JFK and Los Angeles). Dulles is also one of five United States gateways to feature a first class cabin.
I really enjoyed having a look around – you can find some of my thoughts and a video tour in the player below.