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Air France will not force heavier passengers to purchase a second seat.

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Air France said on Wednesday that, contrary to media reports, it does not plan to make heavier passengers pay for a second seat.

From 1 February, Air France will refund heavier passengers the cost of the second seat they have purchased, if it is in Economy Class and the cabin in not fully booked.

Since 2005, the carrier has offered heavier passengers the choice of purchasing a second seat with a 25% discount.

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