Yesterday's terrorist attacks in London are unlikely to have a serious or lasting impact on transatlantic travel to the UK and Europe, according to JP Morgan's Jamie Baker, who said in a report released Thursday that he expects "a temporary slight decline in UK demand, [with] little to no decline for broader Europe." Baker noted that following the terrorist attack in Madrid in March 2004, "US and European carriers serving Spain experienced little to no lasting demand ...

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