Eos Airlines claims to have eclipsed major carriers including Continental and Delta to join the ranks of the top four most frequently scheduled airlines between New York and London. Eos announced today that it will expand its operations between the two cities starting September 9th, putting a newly-acquired fourth Boeing 757 in service and expanding to 40 flights per week. Eos is gaining ground on the 3rd most frequently scheduled carrier, Virgin Atlantic, as it joins Virgin, American, and British Airways in the top four.
“We’re even more gratified,” said Eos CEO Jack Williams, “to be the leader among this group in guest satisfaction, on-time performance, and in delivering the benefits of an ‘uncrowded’ experience. Our guests have placed Eos in a category of one.”
Want the last flight out of London to New York on a Sunday night? Eos is the answer. New late night flights allow the opportunity for Eos guests to maximize their day. An 11:05 p.m. from JFK, for instance, arrives in London the following morning at 10:55 a.m., while a 22:30 departure from London Stansted has the distinction of being the last available commercial flight from London to New York on Sundays for those who want to extend their weekend stay, arriving in New York the following day at 1:25 a.m.
Need a daytime flight from New York to London? Eos now has an option. Notable changes to the Eos schedule include daytime flights from both cities, such as a new 9:00 a.m. EST departure from New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport on Sundays, Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays that arrives in London at 21:00 GMT. A new 16:00 departure from London Stansted on Sundays, Thursdays, and Fridays arrives in New York at 6:55 p.m.
“We’re reaching a critical mass in our growth plan that helps ‘close the deal’ with those seeking the benefits and assurances that come with greater frequency,” Jack Williams continued. “There is no longer any reason to endure the Heathrow experience just for the sake of having more schedule options. We’ve designed a new schedule between JFK and Stansted that meets our guest’s demands for more flights at the times that complement their active work and lifestyles, yet gives them options at both airports in the event they miss a flight or need to reschedule.”