Trans-Atlantic Report Headlines • Oct. 17, 2014

EBOLA: THE FEAR AND THE THREAT

  • Will Ebola fears deter trans-Atlantic air travelers?  Two Dallas-related cases flew commercially; zero fellow passengers have shown symptoms.  Will revised screening protocols hold the line? See the latest Trans-Atlantic report.
  • Traffic growth stalled in September.  The Air France pilots’ strike put a hole in an otherwise banner peak trans-Atlantic season.  And American Airlines’ results didn’t help. The numbers are in the Oct. 17 Trans-Atlantic report.

EUROSTAR CASHOUT & THE LATEST AIRBUS

  • Britain is selling its Eurostar shares…  Air France-KLM finances were staggered… Airbus’s answer to the Dreamliner is approved for commercial service…  The nuts and bolts are examined in the new Trans-Atlantic report.

AND COMING IN THE END-OCTOBER ISSUE…

  • Are high off-peak airfares under new pressure?  They have been remarkably stable over the past two months, thanks to steady demand.

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.