OAG reported that global airline capacity grew 1.4% year-over-year in September, the second consecutive month of growth. The world's airlines scheduled 296.9 million seats for the month, or 4.13 million more than in September 2008, OAG said. "As the summer season winds down, the steady upward trend we have seen since May is continuing," VP-Market Intelligence David Beckerman said. "After 11 straight months of capacity cutbacks, these figures indicate a growing confidence within the industry ...

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