Trans-Atlantic Report Headlines • Aug. 29, 2014

BÁRDARBUNGA:  HOW BAD COULD IT BE?

•  Today, it’s just leaking lava.  But in 1477, Bárdarbunga threw out 100 times more ash and cinder than did the Eyjafjallajökull eruption that shut down Europe’s airspace four years ago, according to the latest Trans-Atlantic report.

•  Fall fares have stabilized, but at what level…  The same as fall of 2013?  Higher?  Or WAY higher?  The airline-pleasing details are in the current Trans-Atlantic report.

AMERICAN QUITS ORBITZ

•  Can the No. 3 online agency survive without the world’s largest airline?  Will Expedia have to pay more?  Check the Aug. 29 Trans-Atlantic report.

AND COMING IN THE MID-SEPTEMBER ISSUE…

•  The latest trends: Overall trans-Atlantic traffic has been rising slowly this summer, while U.S. traffic to Europe has surged.  We’ll chart the latest information and offer explanations.

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.