Air France launched a "boutique" airline last summer targeted at a slightly younger clientele (18 to 35) — and "Joon" certainly has a number of millennial-friendly perks, including its selection of booze.
Passengers can enjoy organic food and drinks, high quality alcoholic beverages — including signature cocktails designed by Paris' Experimental Cocktail Club and craft beer — as well as a comprehensive digital entertainment offering.
It's supposedly a chilled affair on-board, too. Joon's cabin crew wear more relaxed, modern uniforms than traditional airlines, and can even opt to wear trainers.
Air France previously said that it doesn't consider Joon to be a low-cost carrier, but a lifestyle-centric brand focused on design and digital technology.
Still, its price point looks pretty reasonable — flights to European destinations departing from Paris cost start at €49 each way, while long-haul flights start from €149 each way, excluding checked baggage.
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