How old is the plane you’re catching?

The week CAPA Insights take a look at the average aircraft ages of major airline’s in the region, asking the question: How old is the plane you’re catching? It turns out that you are probably sitting in something which has been in operation for approximately 13.74 years. The average age for airlines in the South Pacific is even older at 16.15. Interestingly this is the second oldest fleet average age in the world, behind Latin America: Caribbean. The Middle East is rated as having the youngest fleet by region with an average of 6.77 years.