Eos adds Paris and Newark flights

18th Oct 2007

In celebration of its second anniversary today, Eos Airlines, whose
“Uncrowded” travel experience has captured the loyalty of premium
trans-Atlantic travellers, announced it will begin flights between Paris
and New York’s JFK, and London Stansted and Newark Airports in 2008.With a recent infusion of $50 million in investment capital, Eos also
announced it will secure its seventh and eighth Boeing 757 aircraft in
order to introduce as many as four new routes in 2008.

“Eos Class service is coming to Paris and Newark, and so brings to an
end making compromises in air travel,” said Jack Williams, Eos Airlines
CEO. “Our Guests tell us that ‘Uncrowded’ is the only way they want to
travel, so we have expanded our operations to other destinations to meet
the demand. These new routes are great markets and also represent a path
to profitability for our investors.” 

        With its proven business model, Eos’ success has sparked a
host of imitators, from single-class ‘start-ups’ to established legacy
carriers attempting to copy many aspects of Eos Class. None has been
able to match the industry-leading “Uncrowded, Uncompromising” travel
experience.  Eos flies the world’s only Boeing 757 aircraft configured
with just 48 ‘suites,’ ensuring a superb end-to-end travel experience
for its Guests, and encompassing every detail from superior baggage
handling to kerbside assistants who personally escort Guests through the
check-in process.  It has also led the field with the best on-time
performance between London and New York for 18 months running. This
unprecedented attention to detail has resulted in an unparalleled 97%
Guest satisfaction rating.


Eos will add flights between Stansted Airport and Newark International
Airport in Spring 2008. This new route acknowledges that New
Jersey-based premium travellers and corporations have been eager for Eos
to add flights that depart from Newark, and will expand on Eos’ schedule
to 58 flights per week between London and the New York metropolitan
area.  Flights between Paris and New York are expected to commence in
Autumn 2008.  Details of initial ticket sale dates and schedules will be
announced in the coming months.



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