Joon is a new airline created by the team at Air France, it’s a funky new airline with some very clever inflight meal options and services for passeners. Services for Joon will depend on whether you are flying within Europe or on Intercontinental flights , they will still offer you an organic coffee, tea, orange juice or water for free on European flights and you are welcome to browse the inflight menu if you want to purchase anything. On intercontinenal flights passengers can upgrade their meal to one of the Air France a la carte offerings, you can check out a review of those meals right here.

EUROPEAN FLIGHTS 

Expect a free offering of an organic coffee, tea, orange juice or water on European flights and you are welcome to browse the inflight menu if you want to purchase anything else.

INTERCONTINENTAL FLIGHTS – ECONOMY AND PREMIUM ECONOMY

Economy class passengers can expect free meals. Hot towels are part of the service as is typical French cuisine. A range of drinks and wines, selected by Paolo Basso (named the world’s top sommelier in 2013) will go with your meal.

Premium economy passengers can expect champagne, and entrees and desserts served from the business class cabin.

If that’s not enough a wide range of sweet/savory snacks are available including: Tapas, Cheeseburgers, Sandwiches, Organic Fruit Compote, and Ice Cream are also available. Cocktails such as smoothies and organic wines are also available.

PRE ORDER MEALS

For further information about the pre order meals on Joon please check here.

BUSINESS CLASS

On European flights expect a full meal service at Lunch and dinner times, whilst a light breakfast offering is available in the mornings.

On Intercontinental flights expect a great meal experience, including appetisers and a choice of 4 hot meal options of which 2 are created my Michelin star chefs. Of course no meal is completed without a selection of cheeses, desserts, hot drinks, digestive liqueurs and French wines.

Business class passengers on Joon can select their meal prior to depature also.

INFLIGHT MENU

Here’s a look at their medium haul inflight menu, click on the below pic to view the entire pdf.

About The Author

Founder of Inflight Feed

Nik has been running Inflight Feed since 2012, and since then he's taken well over 500 flights for work and pleasure. He documents his inflight meal experiences right here and he's also a freelance writer covering inflight meal trends, he has written for CNN and has regular columns in leading industry magazines. He's been featured in Vogue, QZ plus many major news outlets across the globe, and has become the 'go to' person when someone needs an opinion about airline meals.