by Brendan M. Lynch | January 01, 2006

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A real stretch: Business class is a class act on Eos Airlines.

Cross the pond in style: Eos Airlines, a new carrier flying one roundtrip daily between New York’s JFK and London’s Stansted airports, now offers transatlantic air service designed to compete with the best in the business.
The twist is the “suite” cabin configuration, giving each of 48 passengers 21 square feet of personal space. The cabins add 40 percent more space to traditional business-class seating, according to the carrier.
Eos’ roomy seats recline flat and come with cashmere blankets and luxe pillows, but such a posh pod does not come cheap: A roundtrip flight is $6,500.