(1) It might also hold clues to the future of the battered, long-suffering transatlantic relationship.(2) Since very early age, Columbus was determined to make a transatlantic voyage.(3) Worldwide, the fall is estimated at 27%, with transatlantic crossings down almost 80%.(4) Suddenly, the cost of a transatlantic crossing became the product of a single year's hard work, rather than six years of ceaseless labour and desperate saving.(5) Overall, however, the report summarizes the transatlantic trade relationship as being enormously beneficial to both sides.(6) We eventually cruised at 54,000 ft, about 20,000 ft higher than you'd normally achieve on a typical transatlantic crossing.(7) Its final voyage ended in disaster at Lakehurst, New Jersey, on May 6, 1937, when it was coming into land after a transatlantic crossing.(8) That, more or less, is how Winston Churchill summed up the special transatlantic relationship.(9) Their plans are to extend their route coverage over time to transatlantic crossings.(10) Warming up, he says: ├ö├ç├┐The transatlantic relationship remains an asset of the first order.├ö├ç├û(11) Seen from a transatlantic perspective Britain is deeply mired into European affairs.(12) The closer transatlantic relationship appears to be receding despite being the official policy of the EU.(13) NATO has always been the central focus of the transatlantic relationship.(14) The presiding deity of British pirate radio at the time was a fast-talking expat American who called himself, with standard transatlantic hyperbole, Emperor Rosko.(15) Half its output is American; its vernacular looks and sounds transatlantic .(16) Even during the long Vietnam war, successive administrations were able to leave ├ö├ç├┐their├ö├ç├û war out of transatlantic relationships.