Ah, the good old "yield" versus "load factor" confusion. I'm surprised someone else hasn't jumped down your throat yet pointing out the difference, given the short fuses of some here.
Generally speaking, yield is either total revenue or total profit, depending on the context in which you're using it. It has little to do with load factor.
For example, let's say AA
offered $5 seats from ORD
. Their load factor would probably be 100% since people would take that offer in a minute. But their yield would be sh*t because they're making almost no revenue/money.
Anyway, symantics aside, to get back to your question: as Tekelberry said, yield and profitability information is a closely guarded secret that is not made available to the public, stockholders, analysts, or even employees who don't need to know.
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