EUROPE REELS FROM CHARLIE HEBDO
- The killings in Paris and the aftermath have generated outrage, fear and resentment in Europe and beyond. That can’t be good for international travel, according to the latest Trans-Atlantic report.
- 2014 was a good year, and 2015 was shaping up to be a great one for U.S. travel to Europe. But critical visa-waiver and “borderless Europe” programs are suddenly at risk, warns the Jan. 16 Trans-Atlantic report.
THE DOLLAR IS WAY UP, CULTURAL CAPITALS OPEN
- The dollar soared to an 11-year high vs. the euro… Plzeň and Mons begin their reigns as Cultural Capitals… Belgrade has a new bridge across the Danube… For details, see the new Trans-Atlantic report.
AND COMING IN THE END-JANUARY ISSUE…
- More cracks in the fare wall… lower fuel costs are encouraging some airlines to put Europe on sale. Will the leading carriers follow?
Details are in the full Trans-Atlantic report—including the latest traffic charts—now available by subscription. 24 issues/ 12 months/ $225. Just email: TransAtlantic@dnmartinco.com.