RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Airlines have increased their flight seating capacity this week, particularly companies serving China and Hong Kong, an indicator that the sector is starting to rebound from the strong impact of the coronavirus pandemic, according to OAG Aviation Worldwide.
Globally, carriers added 600,000 net seats for a total of nearly 30 million, an increase of about two percent over the previous week, OAG senior analyst John Grant wrote in a report. The figure is a long way from the weekly capacity of about 110 million seats for this season last year, but is still encouraging.
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