Joon (JN, Paris CDG) will commence operations later this winter season with its initial flights likely to focus on the Iberian peninsula.

The Group Chief Financial Officer of Air France-KLM, Frédéric Gagey, said in a 2Q17 earnings call last week that four routes were currently under consideration for Joon's inaugural services though they may be subject to change as launch day approaches.

"And now, we're working on the four routes on the medium haul that will be most probably, and I'm still prudent as we still have some time, but most probably, we'll fly to Berlin Tegel, Lisbon, Porto, and Barcelona El Prat. But I'm sure you will be upset if in some time, we will change a little bit that network. We will add another two to three routes at the next season," he said.

Joon will launch with a fleet of six A321-200s leased from parent Air France (AF, Paris CDG) growing to eleven in 2018. During the summer 2018 season, it will induct its first widebody equipment in the form of three or four A340-300s. Gagey could not comment on which routes they would be deployed on.

Joon is part of Air France's Boost project aimed at regaining the French carrier market share lost on ultra-competitive routes while at the same time appealing to new customer segments, specifically the millennial market.