Our scheduled capacity review this week includes data for the first week of June. You will see, there is a huge jump in scheduled capacity for the period June 1-7 in most graphs. Do airlines believe the traffic will recover on June 1?
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Our latest analysis of active aircraft around the world shows another small sign of recovery in the airline industry.
We see that 57% of airline fleets globally remain grounded. This is 2% less than what we saw two weeks ago, when, on April…
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After eight weeks of constant capacity reductions, we’re seeing some signs this may be the bottom and that we are at the lowest point of current scheduled capacity levels. Airlines continue to remove capacity from the last weeks of May and…
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With many passenger scheduled flights grounded due to reduced demand and government-imposed limitations worldwide, freight operators are seeking other ways to deliver cargo capacity. Some airlines are using their passenger aircraft with only…
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At ch-aviation we are running a powerful contact database with more than 10,000 airline management contacts (10,827 as of today, to be exact). More than 4,200 people are active as CEO-level contacts.
Over the last 12 months, we noticed that…
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Our latest analysis shows that 59% of the total airline fleets around the world are now grounded. Based on data from ch-aviation’s fleets advanced data, 19,068 aircraft are now parked for storage or maintenance globally.
Compared to a ch-aviation…
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