Global Capacity Creeps Above 50% Of 2019 Level

European carriers such as Ryanair are leading the way in bringing back international capacity.
Credit: Ryanair
The number of scheduled seats being offered by airlines across the world will top 60 million this week (w/c Aug. 3) for the first time in four months, meaning global capacity is now at 50% of the level achieved in 2019. Analysis of data provided by OAG Schedules Analyser shows 60,042,355 weekly...

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