Passengers are usually looking for a speedy, direct journey or a connecting flight to their favorite location, therefore transatlantic flights are always in season and considered the backbone business for long-haul airlines.
As a result, some airlines have made a concerted effort to expand their transatlantic flight operations.
With its strategic location, rich culture, and shared language, the United Kingdom has many airlines that have dominated the European market for transatlantic flights.
As a result, other carriers, such as Alaska Airlines and Kenya Airways, who have codeshare agreements with British Airways, gain an advantage through codeshare connections.
In terms of popularity and financial prospects, British Airways has competition, especially since the United Kingdom retains the crown.