EU agrees to deregulate air travel with Canada

04/2/2009 | Bloomberg

Following an "open-skies" deal between the European Union and the U.S., the EU has agreed to open up air travel with Canada, which is expected to increase trans-Atlantic competition. The deal allows European carriers, including British Airways and Air France-KLM Group, to fly to Canada from any airport in the 27-nation bloc. Regulators estimate that the change will boost passenger numbers by nearly 40% during the next several years.

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