|Quoting Flightopsguy (Reply 3):|
Quite amazing for us oldsters who still remember LF's in the 60% range which meant big profits.
|Quoting Flightopsguy (Reply 3):
It doesn't seem to matter what the fares do....people are booking any available seat.
|Quoting Tango-Bravo (Reply 5):|
Fact is, customers would have paid fares at today's levels (or even higher) if the legacies had "held the line" (ie, practiced discipline) in their pricing;
|Quoting Baron95 (Reply 8):|
Can someone clarify exactly how LFs that are reported are calculated?
|Quoting WorldTraveler (Reply 7):|
Remember that the US economy is very strong and we are in the summer. Airlines won’t be reporting these kind of load factors in a couple months and the winter could be very long if fuel prices don’t calm down
|Quoting WorldTraveler (Reply 12):|
load factor is defined either as RPMS/ASMs or flown revenue seats / flown seats.