Eos Adds Routes and Planes

 

Eos, the all-business-class airline that recently celebrated its one-year anniversary, announced the addition of two Boeing 757s to its fleet, as well as two routes that will debut in 2008.

In April, Eos will begin flights between Newark airport and London Stansted; in the fall, it will start flying between New York’s Kennedy Airport and Paris. The new 757 aircraft brings Eos’ fleet to eight, which will allow the airline to introduce up to four more routes next year.

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