Starting June 18, the Paris-Mumbai route, currently served by Air France, will be served by Joon.
Daily direct flight AF217 will depart from Mumbai at 0155 and arrive in Paris at 0805. Return flight AF218 will depart from Paris at 1140 and land in Mumbai the next day at 0005.
These are the same timings as the service currently being operated by Air France between the two cities.
Joon is Air France’s “little sister”, aimed at the needs of the millennials “whose lifestyles revolve around digital technology”. It began operations in December 2017 with flights to barcelona, Berlin, Lisbon and Porto.
The sister-airline has all the services and amenities provided by Air France.
In Mumbai and Paris, passengers of Joon and Air France Groups’ SkyTeam partners can continue to earn and spend miles with Flying Blue, the Air France-KLM group’s frequent flyer programme. Business, Flying Blue Gold and Platinum members can access the Air France lounges, as well as benefit from SkyPriority privileges at security checks, check-in, boarding and priority baggage drop-off.
The second flight that is currently, and will continue to fly the Mumbai-Paris route post June 18 is operated by Air France’s codeshare partner, Jet Airways.
It takes off from Mumbai at 0210 and arrives in Paris at 0815. The return flights takes off from Paris at 1135 and lands in Mumbai at 0010 the next day.