New all-business class airline taking off next month
Dreamjet, the latest newcomer to transatlantic air travel, is slated to launch its first flights this June, and only business class seats are offered.
Dreamjet, the latest newcomer to transatlantic air travel, is slated to launch its first flights this June. One detail makes this new airline unique: only business class seats are offered.
Dreamjet will begin operating flights between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Newark, NJ in late June. Dreamjet flights will have a single cabin with 80 seats in a Business Class configuration, and the fares are expected to be lower than those of traditional airlines.
The new venture is co-led by the founder of L’Avion, an airline launched with a similar-all business class model in 2007. Purchased one year later by British Airways, L’Avion was merged into the UK brand’s OpenSkies division, which operates with a more traditional three-class configuration.
Reservations for Dreamjet’s first flights are expected to open in early June.