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Tickets have now gone on sale for the British Airways OpenSkies subsidiary New York Kennedy-Amsterdam service.
The service starts on October 15 and will be the new airline”s second route.
The first OpenSkies daily service began on June 19 linking Paris Orly and New York JFK.
The Amsterdam service will replicate that from Orly with a three-class Boeing 757 carrying a maximum 82 passengers.
Called 'BIZ', business class includes 24 full flat seats (185cm of legroom), one cabin staff member for every 12 passengers and a full a la carte meal.
'PREM +' has a 132cm seat pitch, setting what the airline claims are new standards for a premium economy product. 28 seats are provided.
Economy is limited to 30 seats.
The flights are due to depart from Amsterdam at 13:20, arriving in New York at 15:35.
Return flights are due to leave Kennedy at 20:05 and arrive back 09:40 the following morning.
BA confirmed in July that it has bought the French independent all-business class carrier L'Avion, which operates between Paris Orly and New York Newark three times daily also in a 757.
The plan is to integrate the two operations by next spring.
The OpenSkies/L'Avion services are the only flights from Orly, Paris” second airport to New York.
BA has confirmed that it is looking at Brussels, Barcelona, Frankfurt and Milan for future OpenSkies routes.
For more information, visit www.flyopenskies.com.
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An OpenSkies 'PREM +' cabin