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OAG – Coronavirus Update – Week Seventeen Looks Like We’ve Bottomed Out!

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OAG Coronavirus Update – Week Seventeen Looks Like We’ve Bottomed Out!

by John Grant, 11th May 2020

In some countries the number 111 is believed to bring bad luck. In cricket it is called a “Triple Nelson”, feared by Australian cricketers more than an English bowling attack, but we might just be at the moment when after 111 days from the 20th January that we begin to see some modest capacity growth at a global level.

The latest data shows a two percent increase in weekly capacity with some 29.8 million scheduled seats this week representing a small but very important 600,000 more than the previous week with pockets of growth occurring in eight of the seventeen regional markets analysed. Total capacity is now at 29.9 million seats; some 80 million fewer seats than operated in the same week last year which highlights how far the global market has been impacted.

Click here to read the full blog and review the tables and data presented by OAG.

 

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