OpenSkies, the high-end subsidiary of British Airways, has announced that it will restart flights between New York’s JFK Airport and Paris’ Orly Airport beginning on March 31 next year. The airline will operate one daily round-trip flight on a 114-seat Boeing 757 aircraft. In 2010, the airline shifted its New York operations to Newark’s Liberty Airport and currently operates two daily round-trip flights to Orly Airport from Liberty.
Openskies, which previously was a business-class only airline, now offers 66-seats in economy class on its 757 aircraft. In addition to other amenities, the airline offers personal iPads to passengers to enjoy 70 hours of recreational content and games during the flight.
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BA’s OpenSkies restores New York JFK service