The wide bodies
Air France has a fleet of 109 wide body aircraft consisting of the Airbus A330, A350, plus variants of the Boeing 777 and 787 families.
Note, there are two refurbishment programmes underway at the moment. The first involves the 'NEV4' three class 777-300ERs which are being converted to the 48J 48W 273M configuration. This roll-out is due for completion by the end of March 2024. The second involves the 777-200ERs which are being converted to a standardised 28J 32W 268M configuration
The narrow bodies
Air France also operates an extensive number of narrow-bodied aircraft, comprising the Airbus A220, plus A320 family. Note, there are generally two configurations of each aircraft type: the Euro and Métro. The latter type while purposed for Metropolitan France and Corsica routes is interchangable with the Euro subfleet. The A318 and A319 types are gradually being replaced by new A220 deliveries as part of an on-going fleet renewal
Air France's regional arm, HOP operates a fleet of Embraer regional jets