Air France has decided to entrust Michelin Editions with the production of travel and lifestyle content for its new media – “EnVols”.  Renowned for its travel guide collections – Michelin Editions will provide all its expertise to assist the reader in finding the latest trends, prettiest routes, and the world’s curiosities to be explored.

We are very honored by this badge of trust and delighted to enlist our authors in the service of "EnVols" and the Air France Travel Guide. For over 100 years, we have had our heart set on having the world and its treasures discovered through our travel Guides. Our know-how and expertise in the matter will be put into service for this wonderful new adventure. Brand new content will soon flesh out the destinations served by the airline and provide new inspiration to Air France’s readers and passengers.
Camille Bouvet, Editor and Head of Michelin travel content

A look back at Air France and Michelin, exclusive tire supplier

It was a little more than a year ago… In January 2021, Air France selected Michelin as the exclusive tire supplier for its aircraft fleet. A choice motivated by a historic collaboration between the two partners and Michelin’s capacity to explore new fields of innovation and thus contribute to the ambitious goals Air France has set for itself in terms of sustainable development: reducing its CO₂ emissions per passenger-kilometer by 50% by 2030.

Michelin, committed to sustainable aviation

While the MICHELIN aircraft tires with NZG technology already allow for significantly reducing CO₂ emissions, Michelin is investing in multiple European research programs, seeking breakthrough technologies to continue lightening its tires and the associated systems, with a view to mechanically reducing fuel consumption and CO₂ emissions on every flight.

Did you know ?




The use of an NZG tire compared to an old-generation tire allows for gaining an average of 20 kg per tire and more, i.e., a total gain of 85 to 150 kg depending on the aircraft type.

Consequently, this may represent a reduction in CO2 emissions of 9 to 16 kg per hour of flight time. The reduction is therefore extremely high with regard to the number of daily flights.



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