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FORT WORTH, Texas - American Airlines and OpenSkies, a premium subsidiary of British Airways, American's oneworld® and trans-Atlantic joint business partner, have signed a new codeshare agreement tha
NEW YORK — OpenSkies, an all-business class airline owned by British Airways, thinks customers will love its luxury service so much it's offering a money-back guarantee.
Transatlantic airline OpenSkies was launched a year ago this month to tap the booming market of premium-class business travel.
LOS ANGELES, CA - OpenSkies announced today that it will offer daily service between Amsterdam's Schiphol International Airport and New York's John F. Kennedy Airport beginning on October 15, 2008.
British Airways today announced an agreement to acquire French airline L'Avion and integrate the company with its new subsidiary OpenSkies, buying the French carrier for 54 million pounds (68 million
OpenSkies, the new premium transatlantic airline from British Airways, launched its first daily passenger flight today from Paris Orly Airport (ORY) to New York John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK). The inaugural flight makes aviation history - OpenSkies is the first new airline created in response to the groundbreaking Open Skies agreement, which liberalized air travel between the U.S. and Europe.
British Airways Plc pilots today demonstrated at the carrier's London headquarters against the company's plans to start a new airline.
OpenSkies, BA’s airline within an airline, has revealed further details of its new business class offering, including a photo of the seats.The airline is to call the business class offering on board its refitted Boeing 757s Biz. The 24 Biz seats will be flatbeds as shown in the photo here. Regular BA passengers will recognise them as revamped old style Club World seats.
OpenSkies, the new airline launched by British Airways to operate direct services from Europe to the US, intends to launch its first services on the route between Paris and New York JFK.The airline has this week applied to the US authorities for approval for the services and says it intends to launch the new flights in June.
British Airways pilots will vote on whether to walk out over the airline's plans to launch a subsidiary business, it was announced today.The British Airline Pilots Association (Balpa) said all of BA's 3,200 pilots would be balloted on whether to strike over what they perceive to be a new two-tier system of quality when OpenSkies begins operations in June.
British Airways announced plans last week to join the new boutique premium-class airline game across the Atlantic. But it is not bringing a lot of money to the table.