Domestic seat capacity climbs 3% in November, report says

11/12/2010 | MSNBC

A recent report found that U.S. domestic airline seat capacity rose 3% in November from year-ago levels. The OAG also noted that, in recent months, capacity increases were focused mainly on international flights. Observers note that carriers boost their capacity by flying larger planes or by adding flights.

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