Everyone’s favourite flying Rooftop bar is to expand its European operations this winter, with two more routes being switched over from Air France operations, and to be operated by Joon instead.
Joon Airbus A320 after its first flight – Image, Joon/Air France via Twitter
Joon will add Bergen and Budapest in the winter timetable.
The daily service between Paris CDG and Bergen will switch over, as will the three-times-a-day service between Paris CDG to Budapest.
According to Routes Online, the switchover will be from the 28th October. Up until then, the route will operate as a standard Air France service with the normal on-board offferings.
In the front of the plane, an equivalent Air France Business Class service should operate. In the back will be the full-on Joon offering, with a welcome drink and a buy-on-boars servicce.
The A320/A321 fleet should have the streaming IFE solution installed, as well as USB power at seat.
But if you’re still confused about what Joon stands for, and what the Air France is trying to achieve with the airline – head to my post about their product at the Passenger Experience Conference.
And you’ll probably leave with more questions than answers.
Header Image: Joon via Twitter
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