Worldwide airline capacity down 77%

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Forward Keys shows that Dutch carrier KLM had the most seats scheduled to be in service this week.
Forward Keys shows that Dutch carrier KLM had the most seats scheduled to be in service this week.

Airline capacity worldwide is down 77% year over year for the first week of April, according to a ForwardKeys analysis. 

Carriers are scheduled to fly just 10 million seats between March 30 and April 5, down from 44.2 million a year ago. 

Scheduling data analyzed by ForwardKeys shows that Dutch carrier KLM had the most seats scheduled to be in service this week among the world’s airlines with 800,000. Delta was slated to fly the most seats among U.S. carriers, followed by American. 

Many airlines still expect deeper cuts in the weeks ahead.

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