No basis to summer capacity crisis?

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Fears of a shortage of summer 2011 charter capacity following the collapses of Flyglobespan and Viking may have been proven unfounded.
Even without a new carrier entering the UK market to replace the bottom-end fares offered by Viking through the now-defunct Kiss andGoldtrail, operators may have found enough capacity.
Aito aviation committee chairman John Tangey said charter capacity was limited, particularly in July and August when Jet2.com is giving preference to its and Jet2Holidays.com’s customers.
But he said airlines such as Titan AirwaysMonarch Airlines charter division and group allocations on British Airways had helped fill the gap.
“No one says they cannot get anything for key routes. Everyone will get what they need,” he said.

Source: ttglive.com

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