"For the time that we did work together," said Eos spokesman Roberto Lebron, "we were very pleased with their work. It's safe to assume we'll be out there soon [looking for a new agency], but I have no details [about a review] now."
Ads launched in April
Mullen's only work for the luxury airline launched in April and focused on the "uncrowded" and "uncompromising" qualities of first-class only travel.
Eos is one of a few airlines to offer exclusive service to 48 (or fewer) passengers crossing the Atlantic. Like similar airlines such as Maxjet and Silverjet, a single round trip from JFK to Stanstead airport in London could cost $3,000 to $9,000.
In recent months, however, legacy airlines Virgin and British Airways have announced plans to imitate the luxury door-to-door service.
Previously, Eos' account had been handled by Magnetik before Mullen won the work.