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Capacity pressure on airlines and airports

In the first quarter of 2016, 12.8 million passengers travelled between North and South America, increasing from last year. As the number of travellers continues to grow, airport and airline infrastructures are struggling to deal with peak capacities.

OAG looks at the factors
airlines and airports are facing when connecting between North and South
America, and examines possible solutions.

  • Will airports and airlines consider a radical new approach
    to scheduling flights?
  • Will customer habits change enough to allow this to happen?
  • How connectivity is crucial to a carrier's profitabiliity
  • What can be done to reduce pressure on airports?
America Connects