It’s a cutthroat business across the Atlantic, and the war between American/British Airways, Delta/Virgin Atlantic and United Airlines us cut-throat to say the least. It’s a war over prices, it’s a war over product and it’s a war over schedules. Specifically, we’re talking about the New York to London routing.
It’s the most competitive airline routing in the world, and one that’s highly prized by the major airlines. All three of major US carriers – America, United and Delta – fly the routing, and 2 of the 3 partner with a major European airline to increase frequency and convenience.
Recently, CNN published a 3 part series comparing the major in-flight products of the 3 big carriers. The series, led by CNN Business Traveller report Richard Quest reviews the pros and cons of each service, and how each airline and alliance is trying to one-up the other.
Watch the series, and take a look at the competition. Have you flown on any of the products? Is there one NY-London service you prefer over another?
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