Overall global airline capacity grew for the sixth month in succession during February, according to the latest figures from OAG Aviation.
The US has moved a step closer to charging travelers who do not require a visa a $10 fee to enter the country.
Airlines globally will offer the lowest number of flights in the second half of this year since the same period in 2005 due to the downturn, according to new figures from OAG, but remain some 20 percent higher than 2001.Airlines will offer 3.67% fewer flights and 2.76% fewer seats than they did a year ago. Europe has been worst hit, with departures down 7.3% compared to H208 with capacity down by over 6%.
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