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Capacity Analysis of The World's Most Profitable Routes in February 2020

Transatlantic routes capacity

China's leading aviation data service provider VariFlight has shared the daily flight operation data of transatlantic routes between Feb 1 and Mar 10, 2020, in a bid to facilitate the capacity analysis of the world's most profitable routes.

Europe to/from the United States

Routes between Europe and the United States provided a total of 87,723 available seats on flights of the day, a decrease of 9.08% compared with the same period last week (96,480 available seats on March 5).

TOP5 airlines by seat capacity are United Airlines (15%), Delta Air Lines (14%), British Airways (12%), American Airlines (10%) and Lufthansa (10 %).

The United Kingdom to/from the United States

Routes between UK and the US provided a total of 27,749 available seats on flights of the day, an increase of 3.73% compared with the same period last week (26,752 available seats on March 5).

TOP5 airlines by seat capacity are British Airways (43%), American Airlines (21%), United Airlines (17%), Norwegian (9%) and Delta Air Lines (8%).

Europe to/from Canada

Routes between Europe and Canada provided a total of 30,151 available seats on flights of the day, a decrease of 1.86% compared with the same period last week (30,722 available seats on March 5).

TOP5 airlines by seat capacity are Air Canada (48%), Air Transat (8%), KLM (8%), Air France (8%) and British Airways (7%).

VariFlight will continue to share its data on a daily basis for the efficient analysis of the capacity change of transatlantic routes.

*All times in this article are in Beijing Time (UTC +8:00).

 

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