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  • Putting the glamour back into air travel
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Putting the glamour back into air travel

Air France has launched a campaign glamorising air travel by putting a retro spin on modern luxuries. A series of nostalgic posters have been released across social media illustrating the services offered by the airline. But can the campaign make Air France more appealing?

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