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year after it was created. The OpenSkies business was bought by BA in 2008 after paying £54 million for French airline L ' Avion . BA refused to be drawn on whether it was planning on disposing of the subsidiary.
starting in June. The Department of Transportation also approved OpenSkies' codeshare arrangement with French airline L ' Avion . L ' Avion 's code will be placed on OpenSkies' flights between Orly and JFK. This formal approval by the DOT enables OpenSkies
Heathrow, less convenient surely, but an alternative. With a de facto partnership with local all-Business airline, L ' Avion (whose slots OpenSkies is using and which operates another two daily flights out of Orly), other options are available
fewer amenities, but plenty of comfort at a fraction of the price. Two new start-ups, Silverjet from England and L ’ Avion from France started flying in January between Europe and the US, joining US-based Maxjet in offering all-business
started services in January 2007, became the third business-class-only airline in just six months to cease operations. L ' Avion , a French privately owned airline that flies between Paris and New York, is the last remaining independent business
over the past two years, the closings of Eos this weekend and MaxJet in December leave only Silverjet of the U.K. and L ' Avion of Paris. Eos flew only 48 passengers on its Boeing 757s, styling itself a budget-first class service. Silverjet