Joon’s first new budget airline Airbus A320 takes off from Berlin

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December 4, 2017: The first budget airline Airbus A320 from Joon, the youngest subsidiary of Air France-KLM took to the skies connecting Berlin-Tegel to Paris Charles de Gaulle.
Reports suggest that passengers from the Berlin region can now fly up to six times every day to Paris Charles de Gaulle.
"Air France has been operational in Berlin since 1960. We are delighted to confirm our commitment with the help of Joon," said Stefan Gumuseli, director of Air France-KLM for Germany.
"Thanks to its optimised operating cost, we are sure that Joon would help boost our growth in the highly competitive markets, like Berlin, and further fortify Air France’s position at the Paris-CDG hub," he said.
"We welcome Joon to Berlin," said Dr. Ing. Engelbert Lütke Daldrup, CEO of Berlin Brandenburg Airport GmbH.
“About 57-years ago, Air France made its first scheduled flight from Tegel, which marked the beginning of civil aviation in Berlin. We have effectively worked together since last several years, and hence, I am pleased to greet the second-generation Air France to Tegel. Joon is innovative, stylish and chic, and it perfectly suits Berlin."
Joon is the New-Gen travel experience by Air France. The airline has been crafted to meet expectations of Millennial flyers that offer a personalised and tailor-made travel experience.
The airline also offer culinary delights on-board, including 60 organic sweet treats, besides complimentary drinks, comprising water, orange juice, Segafredo organic coffee and tea.
Similarly, with YouJoon, travelers can stream smartphones and tablets by connecting to the Joon portal on board to uninterruptedly surf television, animation series, internet TV and animated cartoons, absolutely free.

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