BEST MONTH EVER FOR U.S. TRAVEL TO EUROPE
- Americans set a record for travel to Europe in June. More than 58,000 departed each day, on the average, for European gateways. Details are in the latest Trans-Atlantic report.
- American and United reported big profits. Revenue actually declined, but together they paid $2 billion less for fuel. Lufthansa and IAG also made money; Air France-KLM did not, according to the Aug. 3 Trans-Atlantic report.
THE BUSIEST ROUTE IS PRICED TO GO
- New York–London fares stay low for the fall. The cheapest tickets are considerably less than in 2014… Bookings to Greece are rising again… Uber picks up more business travelers… all from the new Trans-Atlantic report.
AND COMING IN THE END-AUGUST ISSUE…
- It’s shaping up to be another strong summer for travel to Europe. Can the momentum continue into the off-peak months?
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