We continue to monitor scheduled capacity from airlines around the world. For the last two weeks the global size of the industry stands at 61 million scheduled weekly seats. We can see airlines in Europe are putting more and more seats into the supply, while other regions have flatter curves in capacity development. We continue […]

We continue to monitor scheduled capacity from airlines around the world. The industry added almost 2 million additional seats for the current week compared to the previous one. The global size of the industry now stands at 56.1 million seats. Still, there is a long way to full recovery, and we can see some signs […]

55% of fleets grounded in the beginning of April. 59% of fleets grounded at the end of April. 57% of fleets grounded at the beginning May. 55% of fleets grounded the end of May. 54% of fleets grounded in the beginning of June. 51% of fleets grounded in the end of June. 46% of fleets […]

We continue to monitor scheduled capacity from airlines around the world. The industry’s recovery continues to show signs of growth. The scheduled capacity is now at 54.3 million seats – a recovery of 5% per week since the beginning of May. Still, there is a long way to the full recovery of more than 100 […]

At ch-aviation we are tracking new aircraft deliveries of the largest aircraft manufacturers: Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier, COMAC, De Havilland, Embraer and Irkut. New aircraft deliveries rose substantially in June. Manufacturers delivered 54 new aircraft to the airlines globally – that’s almost triple compared to May, when airlines delivered just 19 aircraft. The lowest point this […]

55% of fleets grounded in the beginning of April. 59% of fleets grounded at the end of April. 57% of fleets grounded at the beginning May. 55% of fleets grounded the end of May. 54% of fleets grounded in the beginning of June. 51% of fleets grounded in the end of June. 46% of fleets […]

We continue to monitor scheduled capacity from airlines around the world. Last week we wrote that the capacity growth is not gaining momentum, but this week this is not the case any more. The last week of June brought massive 20% capacity growth worldwide. Yes, it is still below 50% of “normal capacity” at this […]

We continue to monitor scheduled capacity from airlines around the world. The industry continues its path to recovery as the number of seats increase slightly — but growth is not gaining any momentum yet. The total number of seats scheduled for the current week is 40.2 million. This is up more than 10 million from […]