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Free iPad Use and Smart Phone Apps for Savvy Paris-bound Business Travelers

Travelers who hold business class tickets to Paris are now offered access to the Air France Lounge at the Charles de Gaulle Airport. This luxurious resting area offers up breakfast and lunch service as well as a generous offering of snacks and beverages. Private workstations are also available for those who need to squeeze in a little extra business. These well designed work areas are fully equipped with WiFi access and office equipment. For those looking for a little pampering there is also a spa offering treatments. The lounge in the Charles de Gaulle airport has most certainly thought of everything a business class traveler needs.

If you find yourself with a little extra time in Paris because of layovers or canceled business flights, you can opt to try a free smart phone program called Rick Steves's Audio Europe. This convenient little program not only gives audio walking tours, but offers up a handy little slide show reference to use when traveling about the city. This will give you a great feel for the city if you happen to be lingering there longer than expected. One of the great things about staying in Paris on business is that there is certainly plenty to do, much of it for free, without having to go too far.

British Airways has just recently announced some new services available to their customers who have purchased business class tickets to Paris, such as priority access at security and admittance into the British Airways lounge. The British Airways OpenSkies flights have a maximum of 114 passengers, offer faster boarding and individual iPad use for their passengers. Travelers looking to purchase business class flights to Paris from New York (and back again), may want to take a good hard look at these flights which can come in under $1500 round trip. They also offer a mobile service so that you can keep tabs on your travel itinerary right from your smart phone.

The Place de la Medeline food hall has recently opened at the Orly Airport in Paris. Looking to cater to the travelers coming through the airport, this expansive food hall in the West Terminal offers a selection of fine foods including a three room tea house, a seafood bar, club sandwiches, a chocolatier and premium coffee service. With all of these options there is almost certain to be something to tantalize the palate of anyone coming in business class air. Knowing how busy their travelers are, you can actually place your coffee orders online an hour before departure and have them ready and waiting for you pre-flight.

Easyjet has linked new flight bases to the Orly and Charles de Gaulle airports in Paris in the hopes to offer more options to the travelers who are looking for cheap business class flights around Europe. Expanding their destinations out of Paris to 37, they now offer hefty competition to Air France. Easyjet is certainly an airline to keep an eye on if your business travel takes you beyond Paris around Europe.

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