British Airways is concerned about how the U.S. economic slowdown and credit market crisis might hurt transatlantic travel, but these trends will not cause BA and other airlines to think twice about adding new flights in this market, a senior airline executive tells The DAILY. The latest economic woes are emerging as many U.S. and European airlines prepare to introduce many more transatlantic flights, particularly to London. “Lots of new capacity at the same time as a softer demand ...
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