MAXjet launches LA, London service

MAXjet Airways is launching its first flight between London and Los Angeles. This will be MAXjet’s fourth US service from London, extending its reach to the West Coast.

The new service to Los Angeles will initially operate four times a week. MAXjet will operate from the Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT) at Los Angeles International (LAX). The following information below highlights the flight schedule between London and Los Angeles:

LONDON TO LOS ANGELES

MY311 0930-1300 Sunday, Monday, Thursday, Friday

LOS ANGELES TO LONDON

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MY310 1700-1200 Sunday, Monday, Thursday, Friday

This latest service reflects MAXjet’s strategy of serving points across the United States from London with routes to New York, Washington and Las Vegas already established. In addition, the Company’s fourth service to Las Vegas will start on 2 September 2007. In September, 34% of MAXjet’s scheduled flights will be between London and New York while 22% of flights will be to each of Washington, Las Vegas and Los Angeles.

Commenting on the launch of the new service, Bill Stockbridge, CEO, said:

“The launch of our new service to Los Angeles highlights the growing number of our destinations in the U.S. MAXjet now operates more routes to major U.S. cities than any other all-business class operator. The latest route will enable our passengers to fly non-stop to the West Coast of America providing even greater onward connectivity to points across the western seaboard and internationally.”
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