Officials of a startup airline that hopes to launch transatlantic service later this year yesterday said they had secured $185 million in financing to give lift to the project. The carrier, which will use the name Eos, will feature 757s with premium service for 48 business travelers. The New York-based startup has taken possession of its first three 757s and is proceeding with regulatory filings with FAA.

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