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When booking a ticket on Air France there is a mention of special fares when travelling as a couple, but I haven't seen anything that specifically calls out fares as being a "couples" fare. Is anyone familiar with this?

When traveling as a couple or with children in metropolitan France, you can take advantage of special fares. Proof of relationship will be requested at boarding. Please consult the eligibility conditions listed below.

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Looks like it only applies for domestic flights though, are you definitely looking at those rather than international ones? –  Gagravarr Sep 16 '11 at 17:03

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I have used this special fare on domestic flights (Toulouse-Paris and Nantes-Lyon).

I didn't use your link, but the obvious french http://www.airfrance.fr/

When I select two passengers, I am asked if I qualify for couple fare. I answer yes and then all the suggested flights get the special fare.

EDIT: I just tried Toulouse-New York. No special fare is offered.

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