TRANSPORT: Air France leaves its place to Joon, its subsidiary, to St-Martin


Joon is a new low-cost airline created in 2017 by Air France of which it is a 100% subsidiary. It already operates two flights - Wednesday and Saturday - between Paris Charles de Gaulle and Juliana. It has just announced that from summer 2019 three flights will be offered, on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays. 

The flights will be operated with an Airbus 340 with a capacity of 278 seats, including 30 in Business class, 21 in Premium Economy and 227 in Economy.

Drinks will be free and distributed throughout the trip. However, the snacks will be sold by the crew, announces a press release.

These rotations are therefore no longer carried out by Air France. Note that from October 28, the latter will serve Juliana five times a week.


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  1. Pierre October 3, 2018 at 12:52 pm Reply

    False! Passengers will continue to benefit from their meal and drink trays included in the ticket. Only snacks between services will be charged.

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