The U.S.-China aviation market has stagnated: For the first time in years growth will have come to a halt as of March 2019. The 12-month rolling average of capacity between the two nations will have stopped growing, according to OAG data. Capacity may have stagnated but airlines are still adding routes. There were 48 routes between the US and China being operated by direct scheduled air services in January, four more than January last year. New were Atlanta-Shanghai, Las Vegas-Shanghai Pudong, Los Angeles-Shenyang, Los Angeles-Xi’an, and Honolulu-Hangzhou, while San Jose-Shanghai was dropped. For the complete article, read here.
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