ORY-EWR return. Lounge at ORY is pretty minimal with everyone crowded at one end to avoid the noise of the building work going on at the other end. The plane struck me as having seen better days; the fittings are a bit scuffed around the edges and several people including me had seats that either didn't recline or wouldn't stay upright! Luckily there were few people on the outbound flight and there were a multitude of alternative seats to choose from. IFE is terrible - handheld devices that keep crashing requiring the user to re-start whatever they're watching and presenting all sorts of logistical problems when the tray you've just set it up on is required for the meal. Take a laptop or similar to entertain yourself. Lounge in EWR is poor; wrong side of security and looks like a large waiting room. I jumped ship and headed for the BA Terraces lounge past security and right beside the Openskies departure gate. Overnight return flight was more populated but the almost lie-flat beds provided a good night's kip. Overall a nice sense of space and the FAs are attentive generous with their time and drinks and even though there's a Biz beds and Biz seats segregation going on you still feel as if you're enjoying something a little unknown and exclusive. Personally I wouldn't make the effort of travelling to Paris just to fly Openskies again - not without checking the difference between this and Premium Economy on BA first - but if you're there already it's worth a look.