The US Air Transport Assn. on Monday said it was "business as usual" for US carriers operating transatlantic services despite the issuance of a "travel alert" by the State Dept. warning of "the potential for terrorist attacks in Europe." A department official emphasized it is "absolutely not" telling Americans to avoid traveling across the Atlantic. Speaking to reporters on a conference call Sunday, Under Secretary of State for Management Patrick ...

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