American and BA continue to see strong transatlantic demand


Corn Field
Nov 11, 2003
The heads of joint business partners American Airlines and British Airways continue to see strong and growing demand for transatlantic service, allowing them to continue considering expansion in the market.
“Our assessment of the capacity in the transatlantic is that it is well matched to the demand but there has been some minor overcapacity that’s been trimmed,” says Willie Walsh, chief executive of BA parent International Airlines Group (IAG), at a media event in Washington DC today. “We have no concerns with the situation we are operating in today.”
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