Numbers published by travel data provider OAG Aviation show airline capacity in the US was 1.4% short of what it was in November 2019, four months before worldwide restrictions on travel were imposed in response to the coronavirus. The OAG data show the US, which last week marked the annual Thanksgiving holiday, faring better than Europe, where the west of the continent came in at over 13% below this month three years ago, with the UK still 12% below 2019 capacity. Of Europe’s other big economies, the picture varied, with France and Italy registering a similar shortfall to the UK

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