Airlines caught by Trump travel ban forced to adjust on the fly
- January 30, 2017
- Jan Bruckner, economics, comments in Los Angeles Times, Jan. 30, 2017
“The travel volume between the U.S. and the affected countries is not very large compared to the volume to other places,” said Jan Brueckner, an economics professor at UC Irvine and expert on the airline industry. “So I don’t think it’s a huge thing.” But other experts worry that the ban may send a message that the U.S. is not as welcoming to foreign tourists as it was in the past.
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