Airlines plan to operate more than 8,400 flights between North America and the Asia/Pacific region in April, up 11% over April 2004 and only marginally below the level for April 2001, according to OAG's "Global Airline Capacity Bulletin." Although US domestic schedules are up only 3%, OAG VP-Sales and Service John Laughlin noted that this equates to 27,000 additional flights, "more than the entire monthly schedule for all of the Middle East." US airlines "will operate 883,000 domestic ...

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