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With an industry-leading 21 sq feet per person, the latest service from EOS is designed to bridge the gap between scheduled business class and executive jets. An extra bonus is the pricing - the published fares are 27 - 40% lower than equivalent published business class fares.

Launched nearly six months ago (October 18th), Eos features 40% more space than the average business class seat. With an available 6 ½ foot-flat bed, and gourmet onboard catering, Eos claims to 'deliver significant value to the transatlantic market with aggressive published fares'. Roundtrip fares on Eos to and from New York and London range from £1,900 for a seven day advance purchase roundtrip ticket with restrictions to £3,500 for an unrestricted roundtrip fare.

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The centrepiece of the Eos experience is embodied in the cabin configuration, innovative seat design and service attitude. The patented design, flexible configuration and staggered seating provide choices never before seen on commercial aircraft. The Eos cabin blends the exclusive feel of a top-tier international first class cabin with the privacy of a corporate jet. The Eos suite is designed to enhance the guest experience - whether they're working or relaxing. For every guest a second seat is provided, allowing travellers to comfortably meet, work or dine together. Recognizing a traveller's need to arrive refreshed and revived, the Eos seat fully reclines into a private, 78-inch, flat bed and is accented with a cashmere blanket and Tempur-Pedic® pillow. In addition, each suite located adjacent to a window has direct floor-level access to the aisle for exceptional comfort and convenience.



For added comfort and convenience, guests have easy access to seat controls, a flight attendant call button and lighting controls contained in the arm rest. Ample storage space is available within the suite itself with the ability to house a small rolling suitcase under the ottoman and plenty of overhead bin space.

Founded in March 2003, Eos, named for the 'Greek goddess of the Dawn,' is a privately held airline that is schedule to begin offering the first all-premium service between New York's JFK International Airport and London's Stansted International Airport.

For further information please visit www.eosairlines.com.

Text: Classic Driver
Photos: EOS


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