As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact, keep up to date with developments in the aviation industry by exploring our data, insights, and tools to help you manage and strategise for what’s next.
Each month, we’ll show the % change in capacity for the latest full month (e.g March 2021), compared to the previous month (February 2021) and also the % change to the same months in the last two years so in this case, March 2019 and March 2020. We also show the projected capacity going forward (2021 schedule) and update that weekly.
We also provide the % change in capacity for the current week e.g week beginning 5th April 2021, compared to the previous week (week beginning 29th March 2021) and also the % change to the equivalent week in the last two years, so the week beginning 15th April 2019 and 13th April 2020.
These datasets will allow us to continue to monitor recovery against pre-pandemic capacity, during the pandemic and latest trends.
Global capacity has been increasing steadily week on week but this week sees capacity fall back slightly, back down to 62.3m from 63.2m last week.
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