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Ribbon cutting on Joon's launch day (Photo: Air France)

Air France Bids ‘Au Revoir’ to Joon

Air France has ended operations of its short-lived subsidiary Joon. The carrier was created by the French national carrier to compete with low-cost airlines on heavily traveled routes. However, the carrier has been poorly received since its announcement in 2017, and since it took to the skies the carrier hasn’t been well liked from the travelling public. The decision to end the airline came when Air France made a leadership change at the beginning of 2019. The airline officially ended…

Opinion: Please No More Flying Rooftop Bars

Joon, the Air France experiment at courting millennials, has been in the news thrice so far. The first time was in June 2017 when the concept was announced, whereas the second was when operations began in December 2017. Finally, the third announcement arrived this month when Air France announced that Joon…

Air France Looks to Shutdown Joon

Following a short time as a carrier within a carrier, Joon is set to be closed after parent company Air France announced a review of the subsidiary this week. The airline was initially developed to attract young people, as the English word is a translation of Jeune meaning young. Founded in…

Air France, British Airways and KLM to Suspend Routes to…

Three of Europe's largest carriers have announced they plan to end flights to Tehran, the Iranian capital, citing lack of demand and poor financial performance. The final flights in September will mark the end of such routes that were only reintroduced two years ago after Iran's 2015 nuclear deal framework…

Joon Begins Baobab Juice Powered Operations from Paris Charles de…

Millennial-focused airline Joon began operations on Friday from Paris Charles de Gaulle airport. The brainchild of Air France/KLM, Joon is geared towards the always-connected younger flyer with power available at every seat and free Wi-Fi coming next year. Joon begins their baobab juice powered operations with a fleet of Airbus…

Photos: First Aircraft for Air France’s Joon Rolls Out of…

The first aircraft for Air France's low-cost airline Joon has rolled out of the paint shop. The airline's first A320, the first of five, emerged in new colors last week at Paris' Charles de Gaulle airport. The new airline, announced by Air France earlier this year, was officially launched in…

Air France Announces More Details for Joon

On Sept. 25, Air France provided more details on Joon, its new airline targeting millennial customers. Set to launch Dec. 1, Joon is being sold as a new, hip airline for the next generation of travelers. Joon will be based at Air France's main hub, Paris-Charles de Gualle International Airport…

Air France Creates New Airline to Attract Younger Passengers

France's national carrier Air France has announced a new airline named Joon. The company will concentrate on short-medium haul flights from Paris Charles De-Gaulle Airport, before launching long haul services next summer. Hello, we are #JOON. Ready to travel and be surprised? We’re coming to you this fall, with a…