Eos Airlines will expand its schedule to three flights on peak travel days starting April 15th. A total of 32 flights per week will now be available between the two cities. The additional third flight departing New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport will be available on Sundays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 10:55 pm, with an additional third flight from London Stansted Airport available on Sundays, Mondays, and Fridays at 1:00 pm.
‘We’ve added our third flights when and where our guests demand them. They’ve asked for options that complement their busy work and personal lifestyles,’ said Jack Williams, Chief Executive Officer at Eos Airlines. ‘Our focus is to make the Eos experience a seamless and stress-free extension of their day, with none of the issues that are commonly associated with getting through the airport or on an airplane.’
As a continuing indicator of the airline’s growth and performance, March passenger revenues increased 26% over February to a new all-time high. Eos Airlines was recently recognised as the most punctual airline serving New York and London for 2006 by flightontime.info, a U.K.-based authority on airline and airport punctuality statistics that uses monthly data published by the U.K. Civil Aviation Authority. The 2006 results for the New York/London route can be viewed at http://www.flightontime.info/LondonNewYork/
The Eos model allows its guests to enjoy greater end-to-end efficiency and convenience despite the increased security procedures and growing queues found at U.K. and U.S. airports. Guests may arrive up to 45 minutes prior to departure time, and a highly personalised curbside baggage service assists departing and arriving guests through the airport, including through security. Touchdown to curbside time averages 25 minutes or less at both airports.