Global Airline Report 2020: Storage Spotlight

Hungarian low-cost carrier Wizz Air significantly increased is scheduled flights during July, in turn helping the country reactivate 95% of its 136 registered airframes

In recent months, the subject of aircraft storage has taken on unusual prominence with airlines scaling back their active fleets in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Analysis of ch-aviation data shows that at the height of the coronavirus pandemic in early April, 55% of the total airline fleets around the world were grounded – equating to 17,944 aircraft.

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