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Joon to Connect France with Ecuador for Summer 2019

Joon, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Air France, as of May 14, 2019, will launch a new service connecting Paris–Charles de Gaulle Airport and Quito in Ecuador, as part of its 2019 summer schedule.

The flights are scheduled to operate three times a week,  on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Joon passengers will be able to travel between the two capitals with an Airbus A340 in the comfort of the new long-haul travel cabins, with 30 seats in the Business cabin, 21 seats in the Premium Economy cabin and 227 seats in the Economy cabin.

Located more than 2,850 m above sea level, and built on the ruins of an Inca city, Ecuador’s capital is home to many treasures. Its historic center, the best preserved in Latin America, is the first to be included in UNESCO’s World Heritage List.

Quito, Ecuador. Photo © alessandro_pinto / Getty Images

Quito, Ecuador. Photo © alessandro_pinto / Getty Images

This new service from Paris to Quito is in addition to that of KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, which offers a daily flight to Quito and Guayaquil by Boeing 777 from Amsterdam-Schiphol.

Launched in December 2017, Joon has carried more than two million customers in Europe and worldwide from Paris-Charles de Gaulle. Its fleet consists of Airbus A320 and A321 on its medium-haul network and Airbus A340 on its long-haul network.

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