CCA wrote:Is there a easy way to track the numbers or percentage of active aircraft in the major world fleets?
Flight radar is obviously a easy solution for small numbers but large fleets can have large numbers active and flying but still be a low by total fleet size. (Freighters excluded)
Using Flight radar 0800UTC approx
American United etc 50+ (Time zone effect)
Qantas domestic has a 100+
British Airways / Korean maybe 50 (BA-time zone effect)
Singapore Airlines 24
Cathay Pacific 6
As expected domestic travel and those countries allowing international flights are in the 100s
How much recovery has there been? China almost looks normal!
Haw many of those flights (with passenger planes) are cargo only? And although the numers of planes flying may recover, what about the load factors?