Airlines Increasingly Turn To Smaller Jets For Transatlantic Flights Written 17 May 2018

The Wall Street Journal reports that airlines are increasingly using smaller jets such as the Boeing 737 Max for transatlantic flights, providing the airlines with additional scheduling flexibility. JetBlue is considering adding European flights with its Airbus A321neo. This will also provide smaller airlines the opportunity to break into the long-haul market, 75 percent of which is dominated by members of Delta, United, and American’s global airline alliances.
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