Air France has announced its subsidiary Joon will take over operation of the popular flights between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Manchester next summer.
Joon will operate three daily flights on the route on board the 174-seat A320 and the 212-seat A321. Passengers can choose between Business class seats with a complimentary meal or snack and Economy, where food costs extra.
In addition to taking over the Manchester route, the carrier will also begin operating Air France’s flights to Madrid, Stockholm, Prague and Saint-Martin, as well as pick up a new route to Quito.
The Saint-Martin and Quito route will be operated on board an A340 with 30 Business class seats, 21 Premium Economy and 227 Economy seats.