At ch-aviation, we continually track new aircraft deliveries from the largest aircraft manufacturers: Airbus, ATR, Boeing, Bombardier, COMAC, De Havilland, Embraer, and Irkut. In January 2021, 57 new aircraft were delivered to Airlines worldwide. In February 2021, there was a slight increase, and 60 came out of the production lines. If we compare this number […]
We have analysed airports in Europe, Asia, North & South America, Africa, and Oceania by most aircraft grounded at the beginning of March. Here is an overview of the Top 25 with the most aircraft in temporary storage, worldwide and by each continent.
The first half of March has shown stagnating numbers in total global fleet size. The current total global fleet size counts 27,522 aircraft, out of which 19,867 are active and 7,655 grounded. Continent active grounded total Africa 847 437 1284 Asia 7716 2213 9929 Europe 3756 2779 6535 North America 6120 1744 7864 Oceania 635 […]
March 2021 has been the third highest peak we have measured since the pandemic’s outbreak back in April last year. Worldwide scheduled seats are once more on the rise after a significant drop witnessed in the first week of February 2021 and currently count 60.9 million. In Asia, the first two weeks of March saw […]
At the beginning of February, capacity numbers keep dropping, and at the moment, the Industry’s global size counts 51.5 million seats per week. After an unstable growth trend until the end of January, Asian capacity shows a significant drop at the beginning of February, counting 25.8 million seats. After a nominal growth during December […]
At the beginning of February, the total global fleet size numbers 27,512 aircraft, out of which 7,679 aircraft remain grounded, and 19,833 aircraft are active at this moment. Continent active grounded total Africa 837 453 1290 Asia 7584 2340 9924 Europe 3833 2712 6545 North America 6130 1709 7839 Oceania 627 176 803 South America […]
We have analyzed airports in Europe, Asia, North & South America, Africa, and Oceania by most aircraft grounded at the beginning of February. Here is an overview of the Top 25 with the most aircraft in temporary storage, worldwide and by each continent.
After the pandemic’s effect on the aviation industry in March, global airline capacity peaked in the last week of December 2020 with 63.1 million seats. The beginning of January 2021 has, however, brought another drop in capacity numbers. At the moment, the global size of the industry counts 59.1 million seats per week. After reaching […]