Fleet planning for the Transatlantic, Issue 5 May/Jun 1999

Issue 05 May/Jun 1999

The trans-Atlantic market has been fragmented over the past 10 to 15 years. The 767 has become popular while the 747 still declines. Fragmentation is now slowing down and 4% annual traffic growth means aircraft size will have to increase again. Prospects for the A330 and larger aircraft are good.

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