We continue to monitor scheduled capacity from airlines around the world. The industry continues its path to recovery as the number of seats increase worldwide.
The total number of seats scheduled for the first week of June is 37 million.…
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We continue to monitor scheduled capacity from airlines around the world. This week we decided to look at the capacity numbers in a little different way. After closing the month of May and waiting on schedules for June to be prepared by the…
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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.
So, our latest analysis shows the trend we noticed weeks ago seems…
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We continue to monitor the scheduled capacity from airlines around the world. This week’s update continues with the trend we’ve seen over the last few weeks – the airline industry is growing the number of seats week by week, but the recovery…
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At ch-aviation we are tracking new aircraft deliveries of the largest aircraft manufacturers: Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier, COMAC, De Havilland, Embraer and Irkut.
An analysis of deliveries for the first four months of 2020 shows a significant…
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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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