JRadier
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Long Haul Widebody Casm

Tue Oct 20, 2009 2:39 pm

Hey all,

I'm trying to do a rough calculation if it is somewhat feasible to operate current 737's/A320's accross the atlantic. I won't go into detail (yet) as it is very rough.

What I am looking for are CASM figures for (legacy) carriers and specifically their long haul operations. through the SEC filings I have found CASM figures for both short haul LCC and mainline CASM of legacy carriers, but I have been unable to find any numbers just for the long haul operations.

Can one of you steer me in the right direction of where to look?

Cheers!

Jurgen
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RE: Long Haul Widebody Casm

Thu Dec 31, 2009 4:15 pm

Hi Jurgen! Are you primarily interested in ONLY legacy airlines that operated 737/A320 eqpt? If so then I'm assuming you would have to look at their interstate figures/routes? Of the big 6 (UAL/COA/DAL/NWA/AAL/USA) this shouldn't be too hard to work out.
Anyway, I don't know if this is of any help but it's a start....
http://www.oliverwyman.com/ow/pdf_fi...s/OW_EN_MTE_2009_GrowthAirline.pdf
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