When was the last time that you were on an airplane? The founder and CEO of one airline states that a new type of flying might be in the future. He states that an all business class flight could really work. To learn more about this new adventure in flights, check out this interview with the CEO in his very own words.
- For the founder and CEO of an airline with two aircraft and one route — Paris to Newark —Frantz Yvelin definitely thinks big.
- Yvelin founded all-business class airline LaCompagnie two years ago, and though he is only 39, this is his second start-up
- The all-business class model has fallen out of favor for several reasons, but the biggest is probably competition
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