Trans-Atlantic Report Headlines • Sept. 15, 2014

MORE U.S. VISITS TO EUROPE, DESPITE CRISES

The numbers are up.  For both U.S. visits to Europe in June and overall trans- Atlantic traffic in August. And for one of these categories, a new monthly record was set.  Details are in the latest Trans-Atlantic report.

• Shutting down airspace:  If the Bárdarbunga volcano fails to do it, Vladimir Putin might try it as a counter-sanction… Check the possibilities in the Sept. 15 Trans-Atlantic report.

NORWEGIAN FLIGHTS CONTINUE

Norwegian lost the first round with the DOT.  But those low-cost flights to Gatwick keep on flying. Meanwhile, Air France-KLM and Lufthansa plan their own low-fare expansion, according to the current Trans-Atlantic report.

AND COMING IN THE END-SEPTEMBER ISSUE…

How about European visits to the U.S.?  Economic problems from Amsterdam to Athens may be holding down traffic bound for America.

Details are in the full Trans-Atlantic report—including the latest traffic charts—now available by subscription.  24 issues/ 12 months/ $150.  Just email: TransAtlantic@dnmartinco.com.