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EVA Air Ranked At #3 For Load-factor In Asia

Thu Oct 10, 2002 1:59 pm

Taiwan's CAA unveiled 2001 Asian-Pacific airlines operation status this week. The status shows EVA Air ranks at #3 in terms of the load factor. EVA Air is nearly 75%, while CI ranked at #7, 74%.

Status is according to 485 major airlines worldwide, including 84 from Asian-Pacific region.

Despite the 9.11 terror attack, BR and CI's load factor shows strong results.
#1 load factor in Asia is Maldives (I can't figure it out it's english name according to chinese. "BuzzBird Airline"?) which is 85.4%, followed by #2 Qantas at 75.2% EVA at #3 at 74.9%.

Cargo figures was "reasonable". BR and CI both saw 2.5% and 7.9% of decrease in cargo capacity growth. CI carried 4 billion tons KM, ranked at #4 in Asia-Pacific, while EVA ranked at #7, with 3.3 billion tons KM.

According to number of fleets, ANA and JAL both scores #1 title in Asia with 141 planes. #2 is Korean Air with 127. China Airlines landed at #20 with 43, and EVA Air ranked at #27 with 34.

According to number of employees, Qantas ranked as #1 with 29217 staffs, followed by 2nd place, Thai Airways with 25000. MAS is #3 with 21072. CI ranks at #15 with 9497. EVA Air employs 3706 staffs, at #29.

Despite the affect of 9.11, Singapore Airlines ranks #1 in terms of profit with $350 million, making the airline as most profitable in Asia. #2 is Qantas with $220 million. China Airlines made a profit of $52 million. EVA lost $89 million.
  
Airlines with more than $200 million lost includes Asiana, Japan Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Korean Air.
 
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RE: EVA Air Ranked At #3 For Load-factor In Asia

Thu Oct 10, 2002 2:04 pm

Qantas? Unbelievable!!!!!!  Wink/being sarcastic  Wink/being sarcastic  Wink/being sarcastic

What about Cathay Pacific?
 
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RE: EVA Air Ranked At #3 For Load-factor In Asia

Thu Oct 10, 2002 2:20 pm

Do you have figures for Latin American airlines?
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RE: EVA Air Ranked At #3 For Load-factor In Asia

Thu Oct 10, 2002 2:24 pm

Well considering QF's monopoly in the the Aussie market, their posititon is not that surprising.
cathay pacific, now you're really flying
 
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Fri Oct 11, 2002 1:46 am

Hi, could you please tell us where did you get he source from? Thx!

Regards,

Wolfy
 
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RE: EVA Air Ranked At #3 For Load-factor In Asia

Fri Oct 11, 2002 2:39 am

Source was originally from Yahoo!Kimo News, but I found this on Aviation@Net, Taiwan version of A.net.

The report is heavily concentrates on Asia-Pacific region, so the report didn't mention Latin America. Sorry.
 
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RE: EVA Air Ranked At #3 For Load-factor In Asia

Fri Oct 11, 2002 2:41 am

Your source is wrong, because EVA has been in the black since end of 2001. It has increased pay to its staff. This was reported about 2 weeks ago in chinatimes web site.
 
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RE: EVA Air Ranked At #3 For Load-factor In Asia

Fri Oct 11, 2002 2:49 am

I highly doubted that the source is wrong, the figure I got is the whole Fiscal Year of 2001/2002, which they lost $89 million.

Keep in mind that EVA Air wasn't completely walked out the loss before they flight increase to Tokyo and Hong Kong.

During the First 9 months of 2002, EVA indeed made a profit and they will return the salary deducted from 2001 to the employees at once this month.
  
 
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RE: EVA Air Ranked At #3 For Load-factor In Asia

Fri Oct 11, 2002 12:14 pm

I thought i saw somewere that Philippine Airlines had a 82% international Load factor
 
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RE: EVA Air Ranked At #3 For Load-factor In Asia

Fri Oct 11, 2002 12:48 pm

Hey there...
Korean Air and Asiana both made profits this year...and AirNZ average load factor is 77% i heard!

Do you have ALL of the airlines or just some?

Cheers
Mike
 
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RE: EVA Air Ranked At #3 For Load-factor In Asia

Fri Oct 11, 2002 1:26 pm

The report only mentioned a few data.

Also the figures are in 2001 only.

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