EUROPE & CIS: BA may ditch OpenSkies as transatlantic suffers

British Airways is considering ditching its OpenSkies subsidiary, which operates flights from Paris and Amsterdam to the US, as a direct result of the ongoing severe slump in the global economy and resultant slowdown in air travel. The BA subsidiary was named after the 2008 treaty, signed by the US and EU after years of […]


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British Airways is considering ditching its OpenSkies subsidiary, which operates flights from Paris and Amsterdam to the US, as a direct result of the ongoing severe slump in the global economy and resultant slowdown in air travel. The BA subsidiary was named after the 2008 treaty, signed by the US and EU after years of negotiations, and was launched last summer.