Flight Review: Flying Luxury Airlines

Luxury Airlines don’t have a good track record. No matter if start-ups like Silverjet, Eos or MGM Grand in the US, L’Avion from France or the offspring of big network airlines like British Airways’ all-premium product Open Skies, they never lasted long.

The exception is Paris-based La Compagnie, started in 2014, currently linking Paris-Orly, Nice and Milan with New York-Newark, flying two Airbus A321neos. All the start-ups in the premium-only segment so far were focused on transatlantic flights aimed at business travellers.

Now there is a brand new attempt at an all-premium operation, this time totally different: Beond Airlines is read more ⇒

Source:: AirlineRatings.Com

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