Transatlantic air travel resurgence: The key routes and emerging trends

With air travel over the Pond enjoying rapid growth once again, the experts at Cirium take a closer look at the key routes and emerging trends in this critical market

Peak season for transatlantic travel is now well underway. In the three months to August, airlines have scheduled roughly 57,000 flights from North America (US, Canada, and Mexico) to Europe, and while that’s up from just 22,000 last summer, it is still 11% lower than the same period in 2019.

The picture is not, however, universal and some key routes – such as London to New York/Newark and San Francisco, and from New York/JFK to both Paris and Frankfurt – are already exceeding pre-pandemic levels.

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