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1. Air France KLM to increase Capacity to Asia by 7.3% in Summer Schedule 2007
Air France KLM to increase Capacity to Asia by 7.3% in Summer Schedule 2007. Both airlines will significantly grow capacity to long-haul destinations, particularly to Latin America (up 11.4%) and Asia (up 7.3%). Capacity to North America will also increase (up 10.1%). Meanwhile capacity to Africa will go up, but to a lesser extent (up 3.1%). On the other hand, capacity to the Middl
2. Delta to Reduce System Capacity; Suspend Routes
Delta to Reduce System Capacity; Suspend Routes. Delta has confirmed that is it to reduce system capacity by 10% compared to 2008. The capacity reductions will begin in September 2009. The airline plans to reduce its international capacity by an additional 5% from what was announced in March, for a 15% total reduction in international capacity.
3. Air France - KLM to Increase Capacity to Asia
Air France - KLM to Increase Capacity to Asia. On the Asian market, growth continues to be robust with a capacity increase of over 4%, including additional capacity planned on mainland China. KLM will increase capacity to double daily frequencies between Amsterdam and Shanghai this winter. Together with Air France, KLM offers four daily frequencies to this Chinese metropolis. The c
4. Air New Zealand Boosts Capacity on Domestic Routes
Air New Zealand Boosts Capacity on Domestic Routes. Air New Zealand is boosting capacity on its domestic operations, with more than 9,500 additional seats per week available across its regional network and main jet routes. Key regional capacity increases include:
5. American Airlines Reduces Capacity Further
American Airlines has announced that it will make further capacity cuts in April and May. American will suspend 60% of its capacity in April as compared to the same period in 2019 and is planning to suspend up to 80% of its capacity in May compared to the same period in 2019.
6. KLM to Increase Capacity to Middle East
KLM to Increase Capacity to Middle East. Overall, seat capacity for the Air France KLM Group is to increase by 5.2% in the forthcoming 2007/2008 winter season compared to the same season last year, rising 6.2% in the long-haul network and 1.8% in the short and medium-haul network. KLM will mainly be boosting long-haul capacity to destinations in the Gulf and in cooperation with Nor
7. SAS Reports January 2015 Traffic
SAS reduced its overall capacity during the winter program 2014/2015 and, as a result, total capacity was down by 3.5% in February 2015, while scheduled capacity was down 1.5% as some capacity was moved from charter operations to scheduled services. In January 2015, SAS yield and PASK were up 3.4% and 6.7% respectively. The currency adjusted yield and PASK were down 0.4% and up 2.
8. Qatar Airways to Increase Capacity to Italy and Spain
Qatar Airways has decided to increase capacity on its flights to Italy, and introduce double-daily flights to Madrid. The increase in both capacity and service will roll out over the next five months. With the introduction of widebody aircraft commencing 29 March 2015 to Rome and Milan, and 16 June to Venice, the capacity to the airlines three Italian destinations will increase by

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