SANFan wrote:SAN might stand a remote chance but the traffic in the market is kind of iffy, around 60-70 PDEW -- right on the verge of being viable on the EMJ.
But what about the passengers? Were there 650 passengers in the previous four quarters, and 1,048 passengers in subsequent quarters? Doesn’t seem like a lot. That’s only a couple passengers per day if that’s really four quarters’ worth of data. It is average PDEW. I would have thought that was obvi...Jump to post
The Spirit effect exists. As in their February 2018 investor relations presentation for the 4 quarters before and 4 quarters after entry: LAS-OAK: 650 to 1,048 CHI-MCO: 737 to 951 FLL-SJO: 191 to 346 LAX-CHI: 1347 to 1777 DFW-DTW: 407 to 535 What are these numbers in reference to? Fares? Passengers...Jump to post
The Spirit effect exists. As in their February 2018 investor relations presentation for the 4 quarters before and 4 quarters after entry:
LAS-OAK: 650 to 1,048
CHI-MCO: 737 to 951
FLL-SJO: 191 to 346
LAX-CHI: 1347 to 1777
DFW-DTW: 407 to 535
Varsity1 wrote:The typical British Airways Mixed Fleet Cabin Crew salary is £14,276. Mixed Fleet Cabin Crew salaries at British Airways can range from £12,000 - £21,000.
Who do you think they are going to attract with salaries like that??
All about Albanian diaspora in Italy.Jump to post
Always ironic how US posters - in a country renowned for hubs - forget it'll be mainly about connections across Africa.Jump to post
A random search shows that LHR-IST-JIB-MGQ and back in April is around £1,000 with TK.Jump to post
"Somalia is one of our most profitable destinations worldwide," Mustafa Ozkahraman, Kenya country manager for Turkish Airlines.
https://www.google.co.uk/amp/mobile.reu ... SKCN1BN1CZ
It operates via Djibouti.
No doubt has a good mixture of pax.
downtown273 wrote:Pe@rson wrote:10. MAN-CDG: 20,256 seats
I thought MAN-CDG was actually flown by Air France's A318 in codeshare with FlyBE?
Its top-10 routes network-wide in January 2018 are (both ways combined): 1: BHX-AMS: 33,000 seats 2. GCI-JER: 30,720 seats 3. BHD-MAN: 28,236 seats 4. BHX-EDI: 26,940 seats 5. BHX-GLA: 26,052 seats 6. SOU-MAN: 25,324 seats 7. BHD-BHX: 24,824 seats 8. MAN-ABZ: 21,396 seats 9. SOU-JER: 21,260 seats 10...Jump to post
It depends. Most of those kinds of roles will be office-based but some may involve a lot of travel, at least at manager+ level. I have a undergraduate and postgraduate degree in aviation management and quite a lot of my classmates initially became network planners (i.e. where to fly, route performan...Jump to post
I'd say: Would you prefer to be a pilot or cabin crew or engineer or work towards management in commercial areas or operational areas of airlines or airports? Or would you prefer to work for a manufacturer or be a consultant or analyst? As examples of commercial areas for an airline, marketing, sale...Jump to post
Are there any other Fokker operators? The biggest 100 and F70 user is Alliance in Australia. According to Airfleets, it has 20 100s in active service (and 1 in storage) and 9 F70s in operation (and 3 in storage). It also has 5 F50s, according to Airfleets. It operates lots of mine-orientated charte...Jump to post
What kind of market is there in Mogadishu when the country is in an war? Who would even visit Somalia in the first place when it's dangerous? Many European Somali 'refugees' return to Somalia for vacation. “Somalia is one of our most profitable destinations worldwide,” Mustafa Ozkahraman, Kenya cou...Jump to post
Greece is expected to have about 30 million tourists in 2017, up from 25 million in 2015 and 27.5m in 2016. In 2017, around 900k from the US are said to have visited. Greece is an exceptionally big tourist destination, especially for Europeans. https://www.travelagentcentral.com/destinations/stats-r...Jump to post
EK has FZ for these areas, something EK has mentioned previously. No doubt as EK and FZ increasingly cooperate...
On a different note, of course TK and SU have strong presence in this area.
This will supplement its existing 9 daily 380-operated services to LON: 6 to LHR and 3 to LGW. In 2016, 2.7m flew LHR-DXB-LHR; this incl 6th freedom pax and also BA (3x daily), QF (2xd), VS (1xd) and BI (1xd), up 8% YOY. 920,462 flew Emirates LGW-DXB-LGW (incl 6th F), up 6% YOY. So over 3.5m pax to/...Jump to post
I hope D8/Dy has/is doing their homework for these connections. Why second-guess an international airline's network planning team? Like all airlines, they obviously perform lots of analysis in deciding markets. Doesn't mean all will succeed - there's no getting away from this - but a large proporti...Jump to post
Some very odd scheduling there. Operating CTA slot during a prime business departure slot. ARN double daily but at useless times for business passengers. Arrive ARN around 0925 and leave 2010. A bit late home but pretty good overall, especially if cost-conscious. Of course, designed for BER-origina...Jump to post
No, of course not and MOL never knew anything about Business ethics anyway They simply screw everyone. Cockpit Crew, cabin Crew, handling agents and passengers. Competetors and that list is far from completel Profits are essential in Business and not only there. I wish them good luck in Germany. I ...Jump to post
US jobs are at risk! US safety is at risk! US jobs are at risk! US safety is at risk! All the while increasingly getting into bed with state-owned and state-subsidised Chinese airlines. Always amusing. Remember: US jobs are at risk! US safety is at risk! US jobs are at risk! US safety is at risk! At...Jump to post
Airports typically have a multitude of revenue streams, including rent from tenants. It'd be interesting to see a breakdown for PIK.Jump to post
USAOZ wrote:(there are no other airports of any size west of WTB, that can take anything bigger than a Saab 340)
Amristar is renowned for Punjabis although I'm unsure of numbers around London v. Birmingham. For years the likes of Turkmenistan have been focusing on BHX-ATQ via Ashgabat. Others also used to, e.g. Tajik Air and, more recently, Air Slovakia between Birmingham and Amritsar via Bratislava using 752s...Jump to post
How profitable? Must have been poor if they ceased all routes there. :-) Actually, it was much more profitable then your statement suggests. Hawaii actually did really well for Allegiant out of both LA and Vegas. It did way better then expected, which is part of the reason it lasted as long as it d...Jump to post
How profitable? Must have been poor if they ceased all routes there.Jump to post
I like the discussion I started. My point, as the article in parts suggests, is to find a new balance. Sure, Spirit (in the US) and Ryanair (in Europe) can be extremely cheap and fine with some fliers, but with all the fees one could run up total costs to travel to nearly equal a fight on a big 4, ...Jump to post
Probably a medical emergency?Jump to post
If it could get more than 49% it presumably would. Most countries have that as a limit.
Is the AOC still in existence?
Their system-wide average fare, including ancillaries, was about €55 one-way – with an average sector length of 762 miles - in their latest financial year (source: their annual report). That is very inexpensive. And if they’re more expensive in FRA than elsewhere, that’s simply as the market can acc...Jump to post
Virgin's MPL through CTC (now L3). Seems all its cadets now do the MPL. https://careersuk.virgin-atlantic.com/f ... -programme
EasyJet and the CPL through Oxford. Apparently CAE have now graduated 500+ MPL pilots. http://www.caeoaa.com/easyjet/#.WgLSmMuubqA