Strategic Meetings Summit London, 26 September,
September 29 2022, Kimpton Fitzroy London
Friday 30 September 2022, JW Marriott Grosvenor
MAXJET has confirmed the delivery of its third aircraft allowing increased frequencies on existing routes as well as development of new services. Maxjet says that a fourth 102-seat Boeing 767 aircraft will be delivered later this year. In May, the airline carried approximately 3,950 passengers between Stansted and New York with an average load factor of 72%. The CAA statistics showed 5,500 for the rotation leaving 1,550 with Eos, not a true competitor but in truth after much the same market. The London to Washington DC route, which began on 5 April, has also been successful. In May Maxjet carried approximately 1,600 passengers between Stansted and Washington. With an increasing demand, on 29 June, Maxjet will add a fifth weekly flight on a Thursday to the US capital. Eos says that to date June is running at 70% with a second JFK service due to come on line in September once again with a 48-seat Boeing 757, but at a much higher yield.