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Primera Air's Stansted to NYC route takes off

Posted 10 May 2018 · Add Comment

Primera Air has marked the occasion of its London Stansted to New York route launch with a dazzling Broadway show, including performances from New York-based production, West-Side Story.

Above: Primera Air marks the official launch of its aircraft route from London Stansted – New York with a Broadway production of ‘America’ from West-Side Story.
Photo credit: Tony Pick Photography

Officially launching the Airbus A321NEO aircraft, the celebrations kicked off in London Stansted’s departures lounge with performers putting on a show for official representatives of the airline, as well as lucky holiday-makers and passers-by.

Anastasija Visnakova, Chief Commercial Officer at Primera Air comments: “We are delighted to mark this exciting occasion by bringing New York’s Broadway to the home of the West-End.

"We have already begun operations in London and really wanted to make a song and dance of the fact that we’re aiming to make expensive long-haul travel history.”

Primera Air has now officially launched its London Stansted – New York routes. It is the first airline in 10 years to fly scheduled trans-Atlantic routes from London Stansted to New York, Boston, Toronto and Washington DC.More routes from London Stansted will be launching this summer to Boston, Toronto and Washington DC.


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