The refrain of “millennials value experiences, not things,” is being taken to new heights with the launch of an airline specifically targeting millennial consumers. AirFrance earlier this year announced plans for a lower-cost subsidiary, called Joon, and this week, it’s revealed more details about its millennial-centric features, from virtual reality headsets to white-sneaker-clad flight attendants. Neither materialism nor discounts alone drive millennials to spend their precious dollars, the research and stereotypes about the generation suggest. So when a hotel or any other type of traditional service seems insufficient, brands start looking to what’s trendy and add perks. AirFrance recognizes that it may take more than a cheap ticket to get millennials on board. That’s why Joon is offering a variety of experiences to appeal to passengers for whom trips to far-flung destinations apparently aren’t experiential enough. Passengers will have access to in-flight entertainment via their own devices or specially designed VR headsets, and they’ll feast on meals featuring “organic and non-organic” ingredients. Joon also calls itself a “rooftop bar,” but this being an airplane, there will be no rooftop access, of course -- it’s referring to efforts to cultivate the vibe of a rooftop bar. Maybe the VR headsets can fill in a cityscape, a sunset and some house music? Get the full story at Entrepreneur