L’Avion expands New York frequency

L’Avion has announced further expansion plans that include the
addition of a Saturday flight on the New York-Paris route.Plans also
include the introduction of the airline’s second aircraft in January 2008.
  The second aircraft will be comparable to L’Avion’s first airplane, as
an all business class Boeing 757-200, configured with 90 seats. Round trip
fares to Paris originating in New York will remain unchanged, starting at
$2166.
  Beginning with the December 22 addition of Saturday flights, L’Avion
will offer a daily rotation on the New York-Paris route, enabling L’Avion
customers to fly seven days a week. With the introduction of the second
aircraft in January, L’Avion will begin doubling flight frequency,
beginning with Friday and Sunday flights, and further additional flights to
come. Customers can currently begin purchasing tickets for these additional
flights at http://www.lavion.com.
  This expansion of flight frequency is a result of growing customer
demand, attributed to the value and quality experience offered by L’Avion.
  “We are pleased to announce the expansion to a Saturday flight, and the
introduction of an additional aircraft,” said Marc Rochet, CEO of L’Avion.
“Passengers flying the New York-Paris route have discovered that L’Avion
offers the highest quality for a reasonable price that is available in the
market today. As a result, our all-business class model has experienced
tremendous success in our first year in operation, and amongst our
passengers, we can already count many frequent and loyal L’Avion customers.
We have chosen to increase our flight frequency and introduce an additional
aircraft as a result of this substantial customer response.”
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