AIR France has launched its lower-cost millennial airline JOON overnight in Paris.
The airline will begin intra-Europe passenger ops on 01 Dec using Airbus A321 aircraft ahead of long-haul flights in May 2018.
JOON will fly to four destinations in Europe from its hub at Paris Charles de Gaulle to Berlin Tegal, Lisbon, Porto and Barcelona-El Prat Airport.
The first two long-haul destinations are Mahe, Seychelles and Fortaleza in Brazil.
Air France describes JOON as a hybrid between a low-cost and full service carrier.
All JOON aircraft will have wi-fi on board as well as USB charging ports at each seat.
All aircraft will be fitted with streaming inflight entertainment, labelled YouJoon.
JOON will also offer organic juices, smoothies and alcohol to win the millennial traveller over.
The airline will have 10 long-haul planes and 18 short-haul planes by 2020.
Pictured is JOON ceo Jean-Michel Mathieu with models in JOON’s cabin crew uniform.
INSET is a render of Joon’s aircraft livery.

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Source: Travel Australia