Intra-European international seat capacity has fallen by half across ten of the continent’s busiest airports since the pre-Christmas peak new data reveals.
Research from Cirium comparing daily fleet activity for the past 90 days shows how easyJet placed more than half its aircraft in storage to reduce capacity.
Global aviation data firm Cirium has released its annual Airline Insights Review which reveals the shocking impact on aviation of worldwide Covid-19 travel restrictions.
China will be the biggest destination for new commercial and passenger aircraft deliveries between 2020 and 2039, with a 22 per cent share – one point ahead of the rest of Asia combined.
Daily passenger jet flight activity has increased across most regions over recent days, On November 10th, Asia Pacific saw total arrivals down just under 36 per cent compared with the equivalent day last year.
Low-cost carriers in Europe are reacting to a second wave of Covid-19 across the continent and the associated travel restrictions and quarantine requirements.
A possible return for the regional carrier was mooted earlier this week, with administrators at EY selling the remaining assets of the airline to a new owner.
A renewed spike in coronavirus cases in Beijing is slowing the recovery of passenger jet operations in China. That is according to the latest flight tracking data from Cirium.
The latest tracking data from Cirium, a travel data and analytics company, shows a positive uptick in tracked passenger jet activity for western Europe-based operators.
According to new analysis from Cirium, there has been an uptick in global passenger flights over the last week – as Asia-Pacific countries such as China begin to relax travel restrictions.
With over three million confirmed cases and upwards of 200,000 fatalities around the world, there are few signs of the Covid-19 pandemic slowing its rampage across the globe. However, some countries appear to have managed to slow down the rate of new cases and now seem to be on a slow and possibly difficult path towards recovery. Here we find out more