Passenger traffic fails to catch up with capacity

The aviation industry continues to add capacity much faster than passenger demand. Apart from January and September, capacity rose by a higher percentage compared to traffic in every other month in 2016. The Ishka View is that the widening gap between capacity versus traffic growth suggests there is overcapacity which will have knock-on impact on airlines’ bottom-lines.

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