TASTE TEST | Air France's Crème Brûlée & Pistachio Macaron Gum
Air France released a line of chewing gum
Air France's new chewing gum in pistachio-macaroon. Air France
The INSIDER Summary:
- Air France just released its own line of chewing gum to help ease the discomfort of ear-popping during take-off and landing on flights.
- The gum is made in France and comes in two flavors: pistachio-macaroon and crème brûlée.
- You can find the gum on Air France flights from Paris to Los Angeles and San Francisco, in Air France lounges in Charles de Gaulle Airport, and online.
The uncomfortable popping feeling in your ears that occurs during take-off and landing is often thought of as an unavoidable inconvenience of air travel.
Air France, however, is attempting to solve the problem with its new chewing gum that's meant to make flying more enjoyable for passengers.
The airline worked with BETC, a French advertising agency, to create the product, called "La gomme à mâcher." The gum comes in two flavors, pistachio-macaroon and crème brûlée, which "embody French-style," according to Air France.
Since its release on July 6, the gum is complimentary for all passengers on Air France flights from Paris-Charles de Gaulle to Los Angeles and San Francisco and in Air France lounges (which are accessible for certain Air France members, passengers in premier or business class, or passengers who have paid for access) in Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly airports, according to the airline.
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