Airline capacity cuts: The bleeding may have stopped, says OAG

Looks like the airline capacity cuts have stopped — for now.

Global airline capacity for October 2009 is showing slightly positive growth, according to the latest figures from OAG. They rose by 1.04 percent this month, compared with last October, but down slightly from September’s growth of 1.4 percent.

In raw numbers, the world’s airlines have 299.9 million seats available this month, or 3,091,580 more seats that they did in October 2008.
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