Record oil prices are pushing costs up, an economic downturn is sending demand down, and the memory of the demise of two all-business-class trans-Atlantic carriers—Eos and Maxjet--is still fresh, but a new premium airline is set to begin selling tickets this week. OpenSkies, a British Airways subsidiary, has received Department of Transportation approval to begin flights between Paris Orly Airport and New York’s JFK airport starting next month. The airline is named after the Open Skies ...

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