Eos expands fleet on trans-Atlantic routes

22nd May 2007

Eos Airlines announces today that it has increased its fleet to four Boeing 757-200ER aircraft in preparation for future new routes and additional frequencies to its current schedule. A fifth aircraft is scheduled to be received in December with negotiations for a sixth underway. As part of an “uncrowded” travel experience, the planes will be outfitted for Eos Class service in a configuration which features individual “suites” for every guest, with 21 sq. ft. of personal space and a patented, award-winning seat that converts to a 6’6” horizontally flat bed.

This innovative cabin design was one of the many reasons Eos was named 2007’s “Best Long-Haul Business Airline” by Business Travel World.

“We’ve gained a loyal following with discerning travelers who love Eos Class service and just want to see more frequency and destinations, so we’re excited to say we now have additional aircraft and are acquiring others to meet this demand,” said Jack Williams, CEO.



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