LOS ANGELES – French startup airline La Compagnie plans to begin all-business class flights five times per week between Paris Orly and Newark, New Jersey, next month using a Boeing 757-200 leased from Icelandair. The move comes about six years after three airlines with similar Europe-to-U.S. offerings – Eos Airlines, MAXjet Airways and Silverjet – folded, with many airline executives blaming the poor economy and soft premium cabin demand. Among airlines with a similar ...

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