Transatlantic air travel is about to change in a big way

For those of us who aren’t jetting around on expense accounts, who might glance at the business-class seats with a mixture of jealousy and scorn as we shuffle toward the back rows, price and convenience are what matter most. “The four factors that go into ticket prices are supply, demand, fuel costs and competition,” said Rick Seaney, chief executive at “From a consumer perspective, competition is now the only thing keeping fares artificially high.”


Published: May 4, 2016