The growth in scheduled flights worldwide continued again in February, with airlines providing five per cent more departures than the previous year, according to the latest statistics from OAG. In line with the general worldwide trend for larger aircraft, this translates to a slightly larger capacity increase (of six per cent) as the average available seats in February 2012 nudges towards 127 per aircraft versus 125 in the same period last year.
OAG, the global leader in aviation intelligence, announces the release of OAG FlightTimes on iPhone, BlackBerry and Android. This mobile app has the capability to display published flight schedules for every airline and airport in the world.
Overall global airline capacity grew for the sixth month in succession during February, according to the latest figures from OAG Aviation.
Ron Weiland, OAG Aviation Solutions, Director Sales North America discusses aggregating travel information with Bruce Rosard of PhoCusWright