Air France has confirmed the launch routes and pricing for its new subsidiary carrier Joon.
Aimed at the millennial traveller, the airline will commence routes from Paris CDG to Barcelona (51 weekly services), Berlin (37 weekly flights), Lisbon (28 weekly services) and Porto (three weekly flights) from December 1, with prices starting from €39 each way.
These will be followed in summer 2018 by long-haul routes to Fortaleza in Brazil (twice-weekly, from €249 each way) and Mahe in the Seychelles (three flights per week, from €299 each way).
Short-haul flights will be operated by A320 and A321 aircraft, with long-haul services being served by A340 and A350s.
Air France describes its new Joon offering as “a fashion brand, a rooftop bar, an entertainment channel, and a personal assistant”.
Features will include free catering business class (paid for in economy, with free soft drinks), in-flight entertainment streamed to personal devices, and virtual reality headsets for business class customers on long-haul flights (similar to the Air France trial on services between Paris and St Martin).
Air France says that Joon will also act as “a laboratory where the test and learn principle rules”, with partnerships with brand including Travel Car, which enables to travellers to benefit from free car parking while they’re away, by “offering to rent it to other private individuals”.
More information on the Joon brand, published when the carrier was unveiled earlier this year, can be seen at: