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EOS Airlines

EOS Airlines was a low cost business carrier based in New York, USA. It went bankrupt in April 2008 and has ceased all operations.

EOS had all-business class configuration aircraft, which flew between the USA and Europe, exploiting the low end business air travel segment. Their fares were generally lower than those of the conventional carriers that operate on transatlantic routes.

EOS AIrlines had its base at New York's JFK International airport and primarily focused on the USA-UK business flights. The company was facing competition not only form the major carriers, but also from similar companies, such as MAXJet and Silverjet.

EOS seemed to be a promising business, but has proved to be a disappointment. The airline went bankrupt long before the global recession.


Fact sheet


 General company information...

Official name: 

EOS Airlines



IATA designator:


ICAO designator:



New York, USA





John Fitzgerald Kennedy International Airport - New York, USA

Focus cities, regions,

secondary hubs:

London Stansted International Airport - London, UK

Number of destinations:


 Fleet & flights-related...

Fleet size:


Aircraft types used:

Boeing 757

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Number of passengers:




Frequent flyer program:


Other important issues:

- EOS offered more passenger space than any other airline operating on transatlantic routes




EOS only served London and New York.




EOS had 4 Boeing 757s. All are business class-configured aircraft with 48 seats each. The seats could be transformed into fully flat beds. EOS was well known for its good in-flight comfort (fold-out tables, travelers have the possibility to sit face to face, etc).

The average age of the airline's planes were over 12 years (as of 2007).


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