Millennials eager to book seats on the airline that boasts services, amenities and destinations that caters to their age group may have to look elsewhere for flights in the future. Just slightly more than one year after beginning operations, the French airline geared toward millennial travelers may cease operations.
Joon, an Air France project, launched December 2017 and advertised fares as low as $54 within Europe. They only flew to a handful of destinations, and it’s safe to say they won’t be expanding anytime soon. According to the Air France website, the airline has not officially announced the shutdown of Joon, but they do comment that they plan to focus more on building the Air France brand.
Air France executives reported a lack between the intention of the airline and the comprehension of its audience, as well as investors and employees. Touted as an “experimental” airline, Joon was originally built to help build up the Air France brand, which had been going through struggles of its own in terms of performance. By simplifying and consolidating the portfolio of airlines, Air France hopes to re-focus its efforts to its “mother brand.”
All scheduled Joon flights will still take place and, at the end of its run, the company will revert to Air France.
Mana is the life force Tahitians believe connects all things. Feel the mana for yourself on a visit to the islands of Tahiti, and sample some of these activities as you connect with the breathtaking nature of the South Pacific. Fly Air France from the United States to Tahiti in the most convenient and comfortable way and let your holiday start on board.
As solo travel becomes more and more popular, introverts may wonder if the seemingly courageous act is one they would enjoy. The truth is introverts aren’t necessarily shy or anti-social, but they gain energy from their alone time and often need quiet in order to recharge. So long as there are opportunities for such solo moments, a solo trip can be an introvert’s dream vacation. Here are a few ways to make the most of a solo trip as an introvert.
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In the past, U.S. citizens who return to the States from abroad had to face long lines at passport control and customs checkpoints just to get back into the country. But a relatively new, free mobile app called Mobile Passport made this process easier and faster. Here is how to take advantage of this time-saving, headache-preventing technology.