“Global International Airline Seat Capacity at 79.9% of Pre-COVID Levels” – CAPA

02nd Sep 2022

CAPA – Centre for Aviation, a marketing intelligence platform for the aviation and travel industry, has released its latest figures showing signs of international recovery. CAPA highlights the following:

  • Global international seat capacity was 79.9% of pre-COVID levels, marginally up over past fortnight
  • Asia Pacific capacity continues slow recovery, approaching 42% of pre-pandemic levels
  • Africa and Middle East regions both turned back up after COVID-19 induced downturns in late Jun/early Jul-2022
  • European and North American recoveries flat, at around 84-85% of pre-COVID levels

Source: CAPA

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