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Published: Wednesday 30th of September 2009

Americans visiting London attractions can now travel to the city on an exclusive, all-business class flight from New York.

British Airways has launched the first exclusive and all-business long haul flight between JFK airport, New York and London City Airport.

Two uniquely configured Airbus A318s will fly twice daily on the new route, which links the hearts of two of the world's most visited tourist destinations.

The new service features 32 fully flat beds and customers will be the first to be able to send emails, texts and use the internet via an in-flight mobile communications service, provided by OnAir.

Once the plane touches down in the city, London sights and attractions, such as Shakespeare's Globe Theatre Tour and Exhibition, are a short train journey away.

The London City Airport Docklands Light Railway station is connected to the airport terminal making transport to and from the airport fast and convenient - it takes just 22 minutes to get to the Bank station in central London.

Discover more for less with a London sightseeing pass.

Posted by Michael Edwards.

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