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Eos Airlines expands its fleet as it prepares for future trans-atlantic routes

21 May 2007

Eos Airlines announces today that it has increased its fleet to four Boeing 757-200ER aircraft in preparation for future new routes and additional frequencies to its current schedule. A fifth aircraft is scheduled to be received in December with negotiations for a sixth underway. As part of an “‘uncrowded'” travel experience, the planes will be outfitted for Eos Class service in a configuration which features individual “‘suites'” for every guest, with 21 sq. ft. of personal space and a patented, award-winning seat that converts to a 6’6″ horizontally flat bed. This innovative cabin design was one of the many reasons Eos was named 2007’s “‘Best Long-Haul Business Airline'” by Business Travel World.


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