Development of the transatlantic market, issue 80 Feb/Mar 2012

Issue 80 Feb/Mar 2012

Traditionally dominated by traffic between Europe and North America, newer, longer-range airliners are increasing transatlantic traffic between the Middle East, Africa, and even the Indian sub-continent to the Americas, without the need to stop in Europe. This article analyses the development of the transatlantic market, and how this dynamic is changing.

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