When all-business-class carrier MAXJet Airways announced it was filing for bankruptcy and shutting down service on Christmas Eve, two other all-business airlines quickly stepped forward to offer services to displaced passengers and reaffirm their commitment to the service model. MAXJet, which operated five leased 767-200s between the US and London Stansted, launched operations in November 2005. Last October it cancelled flights from Washington Dulles but continued service out of New York ...

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