TRAFFIC TURNS UPWARD, SLIGHTLY
- Overall trans-Atlantic traffic showed some life in March thanks to European carriers that increased seats and passengers. U.S. carriers? Not so much. Details are in the current Trans-Atlantic report.
- Istanbul’s Atatürk jumped to No. 13 on the list of world’s busiest airports, with the largest one-year increase of the Top 24. Only two airports on the list saw passengers decline, according to the latest Trans-Atlantic report.
THE EURO ON THE EDGE, AGAIN
- Greece’s debt: tick, tick, tick… U.S. carriers had no problem with UAE Open Skies in 1999… Delta makes up for that not good 4th Q… Eurovision to take over Vienna… and more in the new Trans-Atlantic report.
AND COMING IN THE END-APRIL ISSUE…
- Tracking travel by Americans to Europe… Spring’s here; is the super-dollar finally kicking in?
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