Proliferation of city-pairs has continued after a slight downturn following 9/11, according to new data from OAG. The figures were presented by VP-Marketing Randy Baseler as part of Boeing's latest market forecast, which uses the number of nonstops in OAG's August schedules on a year-over-year basis. The figures, which exclude regional jets, show that in 1985 there were just under 5,000 city-pairs and this number grew to 9,000 in 2000 and just over 10,000 in August 2004. The data also ...

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