Global Airline Capacity Still Poised to Rise

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Global airline capacity in first-quarter 2022 is still likely to surge above year-earlier rates after a strong recovery in the second half of 2021. Scheduled capacity for the first three months of next year is expected to jump by 60% from 2021 levels, according to aviation data analysis firm OAG. However OAG noted that air travel demand could taper off in coming weeks as governments impose new testing and quarantine rules.

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