British Airways will end daily service between London Heathrow and Detroit effective March 30 after 50 years of operating the route. "It's just that the nature of Detroit has changed," spokesperson John Lampl told ATWOnline. He said the automotive industry, a major economic engine for the area, has become fragmented over the years. "They give us almost no business. The premium-class passenger is just not there anywhere. It's been the weakest [market] in the US for many years." BA officials ...

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