IATA Expects Transatlantic Travel to Resume in Coming Weeks Written 8 July 2021


American Airlines aircraft at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. | Quintin Soloviev/Wikipedia; CC BY-SA 4.0

Reuters reports that International Air Transport Association Director General Willie Walsh said he is “optimistic that we will see a relaxation in relation to transatlantic flying during the coming weeks.” British and American airlines have been pushing the US and UK to “re-open travel between the two countries” amid rising vaccination rates. Reopening transatlantic air travel “would be a huge boost for airlines.”
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