There are three jetways for boarding: two for the lower deck and one for the upper deck. The one closest to the cockpit is for First Class passengers. The configuration is as follows:
- Lower deck: First class in the front and then Economy all the way to the back of the plane
- Upper deck: Business Class in the front and Economy all the way to the back of the plane
This is a view from the jetway to the upper deck:
View from the upper deck business class cabin:
View of the inside of the business class cabin. Nothing new in the implementation of this business class compared to other planes besides the change from the color blue to brown for the seats. The A380 doesn't feature the latest business class seats introduced by Air France last year.
Note sure if the colors are accurate on this picture: the seats are brown instead of the usual blue:
Champagne as a preflight drink. Why can't they fill the glasses a bit more?
The Mezzanine: located all the way in the front of the upper deck. This is a huge waste of space in my opinion. Three screens where you can view artwork or whatever the inflight entertainment system is showing whenever/if it is actually working. Why don't they make it a full bar?
Staircase to the lower deck at the back of the upper deck: