New planes for Eos Airlines

An airline which offers an "uncrowded" travel experience for transatlantic holiday makers has revealed that it expanding its fleet of aircrafts as it prepared to increase the number of flights it offers.

Eos Airlines revealed that it would be growing its fleet to four Boeing 757-200ER aircraft in preparation for a major expansion of routes and existing services. A further aircraft is set to arrive in December.

Currently, Eos offers 32 flights per week between New York's JFK Airport and London's Stansted Airport.

The airline won an award at this year's Business Travel World Awards for its service and is the only airline to fly Boeing 757s fitted with individual suites offering a fully-flat bed.

"We've gained a loyal following with discerning travellers who love Eos Class service and just want to see more frequency and destinations," explained Jack Williams, the airline's chief executive.

"So we're excited to say we now have additional aircraft and are acquiring others to meet this demand."

Earlier this year, Silverjet launched a service between London's Luton Airport and Newark Airport in New York. Like Eos, the airline offers luxury travel at reasonable prices.