Entries by Marija Verovic

Airline Capacities reach a new peak at the end of the year

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 […]

January 2021 brings another dose of optimism

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 […]

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ch-aviation 2020: Year in Review

Welcome to ch-aviation’s 1st annual Year in Review, where we bring you our recap of everything that happened. First of all, we want to thank you for staying with us during this very different year. We did our best to keep you updated, give you useful insights, and provide you with valuable data. In 2020, […]

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September and October show no significant global capacity growth.

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 […]