British Airways subsidiary OpenSkies has announced plans to suspend one of its two transatlantic routes.
British Airways subsidiary OpenSkies has announced plans to suspend one of its two transatlantic routes. The airline will cease operating Washington Dulles-Paris Orly service Oct. 28. It will continue to operate Newark-ORY service. “We have seen a strong impact of the continued economic situation on business travel, which is particularly the case for the Washington DC–Paris market,” OpenSkies commercial and marketing director David Erich said. “If we sense that ...
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