Eos Airlines

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Eos Airlines, Inc. was an American all-business class airline headquartered in Purchase, New York, with its flights from John F. Kennedy International Airport, New York. On 26 April 2008 Eos Airlines announced their plans to file bankruptcy on their web site, announcing they would cease passenger operations after April 27.


The airline was founded in 2004 by Dave Spurlock, a former director of strategy at British Airways. The company was initially named Atlantic Express and changed its name to Eos in 2005. Eos began operations between New York and London Stansted on October 18, 2005.


Eos Airlines operated a service between John F. Kennedy International Airport and London Stansted Airport, with between two and four daily flights. On June 20, 2007, the airline stated that it ranked fourth amongst the most frequently scheduled airlines on the New York City-London route.

In April 2007 the airline announced that routes from Stansted to Washington DC, Boston, Los Angeles, as well as two other destinations...
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