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CAPA: 60% recovery in domestic Australia capacity by end-2020

Based on a combination of analysis of government statements, airline projections and underlying demand, CAPA’s Airline Capacity Model projects a slow, phased recovery in domestic air capacity in Australia through the remainder of 2020. Reaching 37% of last year’s volume by early July, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has foreshadowed a return to intra-state travel under the Federal Government’s three phase plan to ease coronavirus restrictions.

CAPA – Centre for Aviation (CAPA), the world’s most trusted source of market intelligence for the aviation and travel industry, is pleased to announce the launch of its Airline Capacity Model, developed to provide the aviation and travel industry with a robust and granularguide for future air capacity projection. 

CAPA’s Airline Capacity Model

CAPA’s Airline Capacity Model applies a granular build of data, combining analysis of government statements, airline projections and underlying demand.

For Australia domestic operations the Model projects a slow, phased recovery in domestic airline capacity through the remainder of 2020, reaching 37% of last year’s volume by early Jul-2020.

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has foreshadowed a return to intra-state travel under the Federal Government’s three phase plan to ease coronavirus restrictions.

The plan, designed to revive the domestic economy, leaves the timing for the re-establishment of travel to the states. CAPA projects domestic capacity to reach 49% of 2019 levels by the October school holidays and 60% by mid-December 2020.

View more here: https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/capa-60-recovery-in-domestic-australia-capacity-by-end-2020-524452

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