Air France has launched a new “My Fun Menu” option for passengers on its long-haul services departing Paris CDG and Orly.

The paid-for menu – which adds to the carrier’s existing A La Carte choices on long-haul flights – includes a “burger made from French beef, with Emmental cheese and Bearnaise sauce”, as well as a packet of Kettle crisps, a mini Yop yoghurt, a doughnut with caramel filling, and a bag of Haribo sweets.

The option is available for purchase for flights departing from April 1, and costs €13, or 4,500 Flying Blue miles.

Air France says that the new “feel good” menu “will delight the taste buds of the most demanding gourmands”, although it adds that it “notably meets the expectations of teenagers and young adults”.

The airline now offers a total of five paid-for meal choices on long-haul flights, including a seafood Ocean Menu, and a menu designed France’s Lenotre group of restaurants and boutiques.

Air France continues to offer a complimentary food and drink offering on its long-haul flights, described as follows on its website:

“The meals combine a gourmet touch, balance and originality, providing a choice of two hot dishes accompanied by a “fresh box” containing fruit, cheese and butter. This complete meal also comes with coffee, tea and an after-dinner drink served by the cabin crew.”