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Say Goodbye to Eos Airlines: Another One Bites the Dust
April 29, 2008By: Mary Winston Nicklin
Eos AirlinesSadly, it looks like our favorite luxury airline, Eos, is following in the footsteps of Maxjet and has ceased operations. Travel Weekly has the scoop on the demise of Eos, which filed for bankruptcy over the weekend and closed its doors as of April 28. It looks like the end of an era.

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