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Time flies on BA route to New York
The first transatlantic service from London City airport claims to be the next step in US-bound air travel post-Concorde. But what is the cost of such super-convenience? And can BA support a transatlantic business-only service, the sort of which has proved fatal for other carriers? Richard Edgar reports. Produced by Seb Morton-Clark. Camera by Steve Ager. The FT travelled courtesy of British Airways.