Delta Chief Executive Ed Bastian Pours Cold Water on New York to London 'Air Corridor'

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There have been rumours of a New York to London 'air corridor' opening for months, allowing passengers on both sides of the Atlantic to travel between the United States and Europe with few restrictions and no need to quarantine. At the very least, there have been talks between the US and UK governments on the…
There have been rumours of a New York to London 'air corridor' opening for months, allowing passengers on both sides of the Atlantic to travel between the United States and Europe with few restrictions and no need to quarantine. At the very least, there have been talks between the US and UK governments on the matter, although after nearly six months little progress has been made and there's still no sign that the travel corridor will ever get going.

Delta Air Lines chief executive Ed Bastian, has cast doubt on the very feasibility of a New York to London travel corridor, suggesting airlines like American Airlines, British Airways and United, who have been pushing hard to get the corridor up and running are likely wasting their time.

"I think New York-London is complicated," Bastian diplomatically commented in an interview with the Financial Times on Sunday. "I think you will find on the…
Mateusz Maszczynski
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