Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Boutique Airlines



Air travel is about to get seriously stylish. No more faded brown leather seating and cattle class leg cramps. Cutting edge hotel-style interiors are about revamp a Boeing near you, with a new generation of new ‘boutique’ airlines launching around the world. Last year airline Eos launched its fleet of customized Boeing 757s which boast 48 "suites," including flat bed seats. Partly owned by Alitalia, Italian flight service MiMa is set to take the exclusivity of air travel up a notch. MiMa will soon begin service between Milan and New York. The $4,000 fare will include transport to and from Milan's Linate Airport and concierge service in both cities. via thecoolhunter.net

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