From August 2020 until today, we can notice a positive trend in growing numbers, with more and more aircraft coming back out of temporary storage. At the beginning of January, we’re counting 7.345 aircraft still grounded and 75% of the global fleet as active. North America (80%) and Asia (78%) are still leading with the […]
We have analyzed airports in Europe, Asia, North & South America, Africa, and Oceania by most aircraft grounded. Here is an overview of the Top 25 by each continent, with the most aircraft in temporary storage.
More and more aircraft are coming back out of temporary storage. At the beginning of December, 72% of the global fleet is back in the sky, with 7.998 aircraft still grounded. Asia and North America are still the regions with the fewest grounded aircraft relative to other parts of the world, counting both 78% (Asia) […]
Capacity numbers had been rising until August, while September, October, and November have stagnated. As of the beginning of December, the global size of the industry counts 57.8 million seats per week. This week Asia leads, followed by North America and Europe. Asia has reached its peak in the first week of November, counting 30.9 […]
We keep monitoring scheduled capacity from airlines worldwide. After the beginning of June and rising numbers of offered seats on all continents, August, September, and October show stagnating numbers. The last week of September reached a peak with 62.1 million seats, while the global size of the industry in mid-October is at 60 million seats […]
At ch-aviation, we continually track new aircraft deliveries from the largest aircraft manufacturers: Airbus, ATR, Boeing, Bombardier, COMAC, De Havilland, Embraer, Irkut, and Viking Air. After the lowest point this year, in April, when airlines were accepting only 15 deliveries, we had rapid growth in June and continued growth in July, but August is showing […]
After the peak of 59% of the global fleet grounded at the end of April, more and more aircraft are coming back from temporary storage, but the trend is slowly coming to a halt. At the beginning of September, Airlines had 32% of the global fleet still grounded, with 22.179 aircraft tracked in the ch-aviation […]
We keep monitoring scheduled capacity from airlines worldwide. August has shown an increasing number of seats within all continents, while the first half of September shows slowly dropping or stagnating numbers. When reaching the peak at the beginning of August, the global size of the industry was counting 61.1 million seats per week, while the beginning […]