Airlines Are Gearing Up For a Surge in Transatlantic Travel

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Virgin Atlantic Boeing 787 Dreamliner flying transatlantically over water on the approach to land. Bill Abbott / WikiMedia

Skift Take: As countries in Europe prepare to open their borders to vaccinated Americans this summer, airlines are seeing a spike in demand for travel. But the industry’s focus needs to be on having sufficient manpower to verify proof of vaccinations prior to boarding.

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