If the U.S. establishes preclearance centers at eight European airports as U.S. Customs and Border Protection has proposed, European carriers seeking new feed sources may rush to offer new routes into midsize American cities, analyst Mike Boyd told clients this week. Boyd Group is predicting 10-12 U.S airports—including some with fewer than three million annual origin-and-destinations passengers—could win new EU routes in the next five years. Boyd has long been bullish on new ...

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