Air One Delays U.S. Launch

Air One has delayed the launch of its new U.S. service originally scheduled from Boston and Chicago to Milan on June 14 and June 21, respectively, to June 27 for Boston and June 26 for Chicago.  The postponement is due to delays in the delivery of new business class seats for the aircraft (Airbus 330-200) Air One obtained.  In order to ensure superior quality standards, Air One is refurbishing the current seating for its transatlantic service and will install the new seats in the near future after inaugurating the US flights.

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