Airline names day for second US route

MAXjet Airways, which claims to be the industry's first low-fare all-business-class airline, is launching its second scheduled passenger service from London Stansted, with the introduction of a four times weekly business-class flight to Washington Dulles International Airport.

MAXjet Airways, which claims to be the industry's first low-fare all-business-class airline, is launching its second scheduled passenger service from London Stansted, with the introduction of a four times weekly business-class flight to Washington Dulles International Airport.

The service commences on March 17 with an opening fare of £599 and everyday return fares starting at £999, both inclusive of government taxes and fees. Flights will operate on Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

The service will complement MAXjet's existing flights to New York JFK airport which launched last November.

“We are thrilled to offer a London service from our Dulles home base,” said Gary Rogliano, MAXjet's CEO. “There is a huge demand for an all-business-class service at a great value in the Washington DC area and MAXjet is proud to meet that demand.”


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