The airline that professes to being a Rooftop Bar is at it again – with Joon announcing “CosyJoon” family seating aboard their Airbus A340 fleet
It seems Joon has implemented a variant of the Skycouch products aboard it’s Airbus A340-300 fleet, The CosyJoon seats are located on the 4 seats in the middle of rows 33 to 36.
The seats are aimed at families as opposed to couples, with CosyJoon seats available for families of 1 or 2 adults and 2 young children in the same booking.
The seats for 2 children turn into 1 bed for 2 measuring 105 x 76 cm.
Seats will be offered with a mattress topper and a cotton duvet in the children’s seas.
Pricing is rather aggressive, with Joon charging the price of a standard seat
- For 1 adult and 2 children, 3 x 20 €: 60 €
- For 2 adults and 2 children, 4 x 20 €: 80 €
Note, children under 2 years old will not be able to use the CosyJoon product, and adults must be sat next to children.
Seat allocation of CosyJoon is free for the following
- Flying Blue Silver, Gold and Platinum members and their families. All members in the group must be on the same booking, and the Flying Blue number submitted at time of booking
- Passengers who have paid an editable and refundable ticket without charge, in the Economy cabin.
If the seats aren’t pre-booked, they become available for public allocation at T-30 hours before departure.
Give there are only four rows configured with these seats, you’ll need to move fast when booking them. If you’ve pre-allocated seating already you can change it on the Joon reservation.
I’ve got to admit – for families who are travelling Long-Haul with Joon – this could be really a good thing with space for children to relax in on a flight, and in a specialised area.
Also a Flying Test Lab…
Whilst there are still a lot of questions of why Joon exists, one of the reasons they noted for their existence is to try things out and see how they work in the air. And if they work, the product might get integrated into the Air France Mainline fleet.
It’ll be interesting how this progresses and what they do with the project next.
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