LAS VEGAS—EU flag carriers could add nonstop flights from hubs into smaller interior U.S. cities such as Memphis, Nashville and New Orleans, within the next three to eight years, analyst Mike Boyd said this week at the Boyd International Aviation Forecast Summit. Boyd called it an “invasion” of the U.S. heartland, saying European carriers will open more routes that overfly traditional American hubs once they receive more Boeing 787s. He named London (British Airways), Paris ...
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