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Eos Launches New Un-Airline Magazine Written by Readers

New magazine invites readers to share travel stories

Eos Class touts itself as private jet luxury at business class prices, seating only 48 people in planes built for 200. More like a boutique hotel, even their staff embody trendiness - rather than the military feeling so common in the industry. Now, they're launching an in-flight magazine written by and for their guests.

Eos Uncrowded, Uncompromising, UnairlineEos Uncrowded, Uncompromising, UnairlineEos apparently has "guests" rather than "passengers.

From the press release, Eos Class Magazine is "a new lifestyle quarterly publication that is a forum by, for and about Eos Guests." The first issue will feature stories from guests like Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild, who shares her passion for art collecting. Shari Donnenfeld will take you on a photographic journey through her Kenya and Tanzania safari. And Amy Sacco, the undisputed 'Queen of New York Night Life,' will take a break from her exclusive club Bungalow 8 in London to answer 20 questions.

"An astonishing 80% of Guests who learned about the project volunteered to contribute," said Adam Komack, Eos' Chief Lifestyle Officer.

Can't get enough of Eos - even when you're not traveling? Eos Class Lounge will soon welcome you to virtually mingle with other guests who are also connoisseurs of travel, shopping, food and the arts.

Do you travel with Eos? Would you contribute your stories and pictures to the magazine?

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