There was one thing in common across Air France-KLM, IAG, and JetBlue in the second quarter: Transatlantic travel demand is booming. That helped lift the first two to impressive profits. But, at the latter, it wasn’t enough to offset numerous U.S. domestic challenges. Edward Russell and Jay Shabat discuss.
- JetBlue Will Pay Dearly to End its Alliance With American Airlines
- Air France-KLM Looks to Spin-Off Loyalty Plan as Results Lag Peers
- British Airways and Iberia Parent IAG Sees No Travel Slowdown