“I will be leaving for France tomorrow”-1 “I will leave for France tomorrow”-2

What’s the difference in two sentences?, Which is statement is better?

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    Grammatically, both are correct. However, it is usual to go with the present progressive tense in such cases (that's when you have already planned on leaving for France.) Thus, I am leaving for France tomorrow. – User40475 Dec 25 '20 at 6:56
  • "I will be leaving for France tomorrow" could fit into a narrative even better than the standalone default 405662 adds. But "I will leave for France tomorrow" suggests decisiveness or a literary register. – Edwin Ashworth Dec 25 '20 at 15:55

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