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Every week we post hundreds of stories across various sectors in travel, connecting the dots across various global trends, and in these weekend posts we highlight the stories that tackle these trends. This one looks at top aviation trends.

For all of our trends roundups, go here.

>> The emerging transatlantic budget airline market continues to grow: WOW Air’s $99 Transatlantic Flights Kickstart Budget Fare Boom

>> Find out what travelers want when their flights get cancelled this winter: Flight Rebooking is Only Getting More Confusing in the U.S.

>> Survey says: Skift decided to tread the waters of America’s Ebola paranoia, see what we found: Skift Survey: Americans Are Split on Banning Flights From Ebola-Stricken Regions

>> In case you missed Skift’s FREE report “The Future of the Aircraft Cabin,” it’s ready for you this weekend: Why Business Class Is the New First Class

>> Sadly, Ebola paranoia has yet to subside: Homeland Security Limits Flyers From Ebola Region to 5 U.S. Airports

>> Airlines, start planning: The Largest Air Passenger Markets of 2034 are in Asia and South America

>> The move to make aircrafts more sustainable: Boeing Turns to Agriculture to Grow the Next Generation of Aircraft Interiors

>> This year it pays to be a full-time employee at a U.S. low cost airline: Allegiant and Spirit Led Airline Job Growth in August


Photo Credit: An Allegiant Air MD-83 passenger jet takes off from the Monterey airport in Monterey, California, February 26, 2012. Michael Fiala / Reuters