This is right : only the B772ER & B773ER will remain configured with 3 classes.
, each aircraft type of the long-haul fleet has only one configuration.
At the moment, the modification of the cabin has begun for the fleet of A332/A343. One B744 is already fitted with the new seats in the 2 classes config : it's the last a/c F-GITJ received last month.
Here is the configuration of the AF
's long haul fleet; Before and After modifications.
B747-400 (16 aircraft) : 13P / 58J / 321 Y will become : 40J / 393 Y
B777-200ER (25 aircraft) : 12P / 56J / 202 Y ---> 8P
/ 49J / 193 Y
B777-300ER (16 aircraft on order. 2 already delivered) : 8P
/ 67J / 235 Y
A340-300 (21 aircraft) : 6P / 42J / 204 Y ---> 36J / 236 Y
A330-200 ( 14 aircraft) : 6P / 42J / 163 Y ---> 40J / 179 Y
None of the B772ER are already modified.
The B744 that will be used this summer to BEY will still be fitted with the "old" configuration 13/58/321. But the additional Saturday's weekly flight will be sold as "all economy" : 13+58+321 = 392 Y seats.