The US Government ban on air travel between Europe and the United States could cost US$2bn in lost revenue over the ban’s 30-day period, according to travel data and analytics firm Cirum. Cirium data show a total of 24,500 transatlantic flights were scheduled to operate between the US and Europe from March 14 to April 12, 2020, which started from midnight on 13 March. This equates to a lost passenger capacity of 5.5 million available seats. The analysis indicates that losing this number of seats alone could result in a loss of US$2bn in passenger revenue, calculated using Revenue Per

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