In week 34, worldwide volume increased by +1% compared with the previous week. Worldwide capacity also increased by +1% week-over-week.
On a regional level, volumes from Asia Pacific and Middle East & South Asia did best with a volume increase of +2% week-over-week, while Africa experienced the largest decrease (-7%).
The average worldwide yield/rate in week 34 increased compared with week 33.
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