Airlines measure something called the “passenger load factor” which is the number of passengers flown times the number of miles flown divided by the number of available seats times the number of miles flown. While air travel has been down, this load factor has been up for many airlines because they are decreasing capacity even more. I couldn’t find any aggregate source, but there are a lot of individual companies reporting increased load factors (most of which are in the mid 70s, so no, they aren’t selling out, but they’re closer than they were). I’ve linked to a couple of these reports below.
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