If you have ever felt that the way we travel by plane is somewhat outdated, know that you are not alone. Apparently, Air France also finds the same and, therefore, is bringing a new arm of its company focused only on the millennials, called Joon. What does it offer otherwise? Well, what about streaming content and a USB charger, to watch what you want from your phone or tablet?
Ah? Is this common in most common flights offered by airlines? Calm down, because Joon does not just offer that. In its official announcement, the company says it also offers partnerships with services such as Airbnb and Waynabox – which means that you will be able to book places to stay near your flight tickets.
Another promise from Joon is the offering of a virtual reality glasses system called “AlloSky Virtual Reality Headset,” which promises to offer “various innovations such as a high-resolution screen and a dioptric correction to fit the eyes of the entire world” during long flights for business class customers.
Who would rather use these VR devices gadgets instead of enjoying all the comfort of business class? That’s a good question. But, as you can notice, everything for Joon is a matter of being a stylish and modern experience as the millennials want, is not it? This is a combination of organic snacks with flight attendants with clothes made out of recyclable fabric.
As you may have guessed, many of Joon’s proposals and promises remain to be explained, so we’ll have to wait and see what else the company has to offer us. And you: do you think streaming videos, USB chargers, and mysterious VR devices are what was missing from a real flight experience? Leave your opinions in our comments.