16 March 2008

OpenSkies-BA Premium Transatlantic airline

The new EU-US travel agreement and some great business British Airways minds are the parents of a new airline company promising to becoming very handy. OpenSkies's crue and aircrafts are counting the days until June. The first flight launched will be serving passengers travelling the route between Paris CDG and New York JFK but the company has already declared plans to connect Amsterdam, Brussels, Frankfurt and Milan with New York as well as other US points.

OpenSkies fleet is using the prestigious and exclusive Boeing 757s fitted with 82 seats, out of which 24 are devoted to business class flat beds, 28 premium economy seats and 30 economy seats. Company's documents are promising service being “premium in nature with a cosmopolitan feel”.
The main idea behind British Airway's "newborn" subsidiary is to cut down many headache causing, necessary evils of civil aviatioin like, such as check-in time and eventually stress levels, lengly security controls and frustative flight environments. Transatlantic travellers are given the option of a air connextion between the US and Continental Europe of premium standards on not so premium prices. I heard even the food will be great, well June isn't far. Let's just wait and see.

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