Strategic Meetings Summit London, 26 September,
September 29 2022, Kimpton Fitzroy London
Friday 30 September 2022, JW Marriott Grosvenor
MAXJET, the Stansted-based business class only North Atlantic operation, is proving to be if nothing else innovative. The airline, which offers weekdaily services to both New York and Washington (and limited operations at the weekends) has introduced a ”flight connections” service on its website, enabling passengers from both sides of the Atlantic to easily view onward destinations at both Kennedy and Stansted airports. For those originating in the UK the site recommends linksfrom Washington Dulles and New York JFK to over 40 US cities, including Las Vegas, Denver, Houston, Miami, San Diego, Boston and Chicago. It features a wide range of airlines, including US low cost carriers as well as legacy operators. For the American traveller, possible European connections through Stansted include Turkey, Denmark, Ireland, Germany and the Czech Republic, routes operated by many of the low cost carriers. Maxjet makes it clear that it is a point-to-point airline and listed are with other airlines involving purchasing two tickets and re-checking in baggage. Eos Airlines, who also fly from Stansted to Kennedy with a one class operation, has joined Porsche, Mercedes, Apple Computer, and TAG Heuer, among other innovative companies, in receiving the coveted ”Red Dot” design award in Germany for its patented seat, or ”suite,” design,seen here.