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Global airline capacity spikes as China leaves lockdown

Carry On: Japan eases travel, latest eVTOL developments, and the James Bond chopper.

NBR Columnist Nevil Gibson speaks with Calida Stuart-Menteath.

Nevil Gibson Sat, 11 Jun 2022

The re-opening of Shanghai Pudong Airport from a Covid-19 lockdown on June 1 triggered the biggest weekly increase in global airline capacity this year. The jump of 3.4 million seats boosted the world total to 95.2 million, after weeks of hovering under 90 million and with most of the growth coming

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