Eos Airlines

Eos Airlines was an American airline that only all- business class offering long-haul flights.


Eos Airlines, founded by former American British Airways manager David Spurlock to offer exclusively business class flights. It began operation in autumn 2005 on the route New York JFK - London Stansted with a former Mexicana plane on. With a similar concept began MAXjet Airways and Silverjet, however, both competitors had to file for bankruptcy now and have adjusted the flight operations.

Eos Airlines announced on 26 April 2008 that completely adjust the flight operations on April 27, 2008.


Eos Airlines flew in the summer timetable 2008, four times daily from New York JFK to London Stansted, plus some exclusive charter flights were conducted.


(April 2008)

  • 6 Boeing 757-200

In addition to the six former Mexicana aircraft a Aeroméxico Boeing 757-200 should be taken. Due to the discontinuation of operation, there was not to be.