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TonyBurr
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UA Pax Down 9 %

Fri Jul 06, 2001 2:51 am

A report was released stating that United has dropped 9 % in passengers. They claim it is due to a reduction in business travel and the economy.

When will UA finally admit that it is also due to their frequent flyers leaving UA due to poor service? They need to finally be honest about the effect their lack of service over the years.
 
ampropilot2b
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RE: UA Pax Down 9 %

Fri Jul 06, 2001 3:08 am

Take another look, United's traffic is only down .9 percent, not 9%. This decrease in load factor is pretty consistent with what all the majors will likely post this quarter.

You do bring up a good point though, United could find better ways to save money than cutting out perks from the high paying pax. Oh well, the market will show whether they made the right choice.

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Thursday July 5, 11:41 am Eastern Time
Press Release
SOURCE: United Airlines
United Airlines' June Traffic Declines 0.9 Percent
CHICAGO, July 5 /PRNewswire/ -- United Airlines' (NYSE: UAL - news) total scheduled revenue passenger miles (RPMs) declined 0.9 percent in June vs. the comparable month in 2000.

The airline's passenger load factor fell to 78.1 percent from 79.9 percent a year ago. Seat capacity was up 1.5 percent.

United offers nearly 2,400 flights each day on a network that spans the globe. United's website is www.united.com .


2001 2000
JUNE JUNE PERCENT
(000) (000) CHANGE

SCHEDULED SERVICE ONLY:
REVENUE PLANE MILES 80,327 77,678 3.4
NUMBER OF DEPARTURES 68,202 67,850 0.5
REVENUE PASSENGERS 7,503 7,825 -4.1

REVENUE PASSENGER MILES:
NORTH AMERICA 6,951,224 7,306,098 -4.9
PACIFIC 2,316,507 2,236,798 3.6
ATLANTIC 1,949,491 1,769,980 10.1
LATIN AMERICA 453,833 459,656 -1.3
SYSTEM 11,671,055 11,772,532 -0.9

AVAILABLE SEAT MILES:
NORTH AMERICA 9,128,585 9,178,620 -0.5
PACIFIC 2,911,813 2,886,264 0.9
ATLANTIC 2,284,938 2,037,063 12.2
LATIN AMERICA 624,738 631,253 -1.0
SYSTEM 14,950,074 14,733,200 1.5

PASSENGER LOAD FACTOR (PERCENT):
NORTH AMERICA 76.1 79.6 -3.5pts
PACIFIC 79.6 77.5 2.1pts
ATLANTIC 85.3 86.9 -1.6pts
LATIN AMERICA 72.6 72.8 -0.2pts
SYSTEM 78.1 79.9 -1.8pts

CARGO TON MILES:
FREIGHT 177,122 228,614 -22.5
MAIL 42,782 48,434 -11.7
SYSTEM 219,904 277,048 -20.6

TOTAL SYSTEM INCLUDING CHARTER:
REVENUE PASSENGER MILES 11,671,951 11,773,373 -0.9
AVAILABLE SEAT MILES 14,951,230 14,734,715 1.5

REVENUE PSGR. KM. 18,783,671 18,946,889 -0.9
AVAILABLE SEAT KM. 24,061,014 23,712,577 1.5

TOTAL REVENUE TON MILES 1,387,099 1,454,386 -4.6
TOTAL AVAIL. TON MILES 2,347,922 2,327,661 0.9

TOTAL REV. TON KM. 2,011,590 2,109,710 -4.6
TOTAL AVAIL. TON KM. 3,427,966 3,398,385 0.9


YEAR TO YEAR TO PERCENT
DATE DATE CHANGE
2001 2000

SCHEDULED SERVICES ONLY (000):
REVENUE PLANE MILES 463,587 457,707 1.3
NUMBER OF DEPARTURES 396,858 406,629 -2.4
REVENUE PASSENGERS 40,173 42,524 -5.5

REVENUE PASSENGER MILES:
NORTH AMERICA 37,218,539 39,527,680 -5.8
PACIFIC 12,328,852 11,514,216 7.1
ATLANTIC 9,197,630 8,436,739 9.0
LATIN AMERICA 2,727,973 2,834,492 -3.8
SYSTEM 61,472,994 62,313,127 -1.3

AVAILABLE SEAT MILES:
NORTH AMERICA 52,882,462 55,185,932 -4.2
PACIFIC 17,552,680 16,256,450 8.0
ATLANTIC 12,471,494 11,089,343 12.5
LATIN AMERICA 3,855,114 4,021,393 -4.1
SYSTEM 86,761,750 86,553,118 0.2

PASSENGER LOAD FACTOR (PERCENT):
NORTH AMERICA 70.4 71.6 -1.2pts
PACIFIC 70.2 70.8 -0.6pts
ATLANTIC 73.7 76.1 -2.4pts
LATIN AMERICA 70.8 70.5 0.3pts
SYSTEM 70.9 72.0 -1.1pts

CARGO TON MILES
FREIGHT 1,038,986 1,258,974 -17.5
MAIL 280,194 303,229 -7.6
SYSTEM 1,319,180 1,562,203 -15.6

TOTAL SYSTEM INCLUDING CHARTER
REVENUE PASSENGER MILES 61,487,036 62,341,754 -1.4
AVAILABLE SEAT MILES 86,785,679 86,597,166 0.2

REVENUE PSGR. KM. 98,951,087 100,326,585 -1.4
AVAILABLE SEAT KM. 139,664,193 139,360,819 0.2

TOTAL REVENUE TON MILES 7,467,874 7,796,394 -4.2
TOTAL AVAIL. TON MILES 13,534,863 13,565,540 -0.2

TOTAL REV. TON KM. 10,831,598 11,310,208 -4.2
TOTAL AVAIL. TON KM. 19,760,900 19,805,688 -0.2

SOURCE: United Airlines

 
SR3496
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RE: UA Pax Down 9 %

Fri Jul 06, 2001 3:15 am

What a factor 10 can change!  Smile
But also 1% is not too good...
 
seven_fifty7
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RE: UA Pax Down 9 %

Fri Jul 06, 2001 6:48 am

Tony Burr:

Yes, UA's load fell by only .9%, NOT 9%. But based on a review of your posts, I have a few questions for you:


Has any United employee, like, ever mugged you and stolen your wallet at some point recently? Has a gang of United ramp workers ever broken into your house and kidnapped your daughter or somethin? Did you catch some UA pilot having an affair with your wife? Did a group of mischievious flight attendants place a "kick me" sign on your back at O'Hare recently? I mean, really, what is this shit?

I ask because you seem to harbor such an odd hatred for that company like no one else can. It's like every single one of your posts is anti-United this, anti-United that. If your company supposedly "forces" you and your co-workers to use United, then what's the big deal? You're travelling on THEIR dime, not your's. Right? Just get on the plane, buckle in and shut up will ya!

I'm sick of all of the juvenile whining. Now, enough!

 
SegmentKing
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RE: UA Pax Down 9 %

Fri Jul 06, 2001 7:45 am

Actually, it can all be attributed to people blaming United for poor weather in Denver and Chicago O'Hare. See, people at WHQ love to piss off their customers, so they hire warlocks and witches (dating back to the days of the druids) to cast spells over EACH of their hubs in hopes of cancelling EVERY SINGLE FLIGHT... and the employees are just children of satan himself... if you look closely on the back of every United employee's head, you'll see a small hole on each side.. that's where their horns go.. see, they push them in when they clock in to give the appearance that they are nice, when in all actuality, they want to piss off as many of you as possible!
~ ~ ~ ~ pRoFeSsIoNaL hUrRiCaNe DoDgEr ~ ~ ~ ~
 
UnitedIAD
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RE: UA Pax Down 9 %

Fri Jul 06, 2001 9:24 am

Here are the facts:
Passenger traffic (RPM's) for June:

USAirways +9.1%
Southwest +7.0%
Continental +3.4%
United -0.9%
American -2.3%
Northwest -3.6%
Delta -8.2%
 
airnewzealand
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RE: UA Pax Down 9 %

Fri Jul 06, 2001 3:58 pm

Delta is doing pretty bad huh?? I thought they would be increasing in passenger loads, not decreasing!!
It is amazing how you see UA in front of AA and DL, and yet AA and DL are always in front of them in surveys!!

Good to see Continental and USAirways up there. People always say that USAirways is a really good airline!!

Cheers
mikey
 
ampropilot2b
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RE: UA Pax Down 9 %

Fri Jul 06, 2001 10:10 pm

One thing that may be slewing United's numbers is the fact that last summer was the Summer from Hell. They had cancelled a ton of flights I think. Maybe this wasn't happening yet in June though. These numbers do make United look comparably strong to Delta and American.

ampropilot2b
 
seven_fifty7
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RE: UA Pax Down 9 %

Sat Jul 07, 2001 10:37 am

 Yeah sure
 
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RE: UA Pax Down 9 %

Sat Jul 07, 2001 10:39 am

Any way you look at it 80% is a damn good load factor
 
Silverstreak
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RE: UA Pax Down 9 %

Sat Jul 07, 2001 1:50 pm

All I can say in my own experience with United is that it is really pathetic. My company sends highly sensitive cargo to Phoenix from San Francisco twice a day, seven days a week. We used to use Southwest, but they left SFO and moved to Oakland. Little did we realize the problems this would bring. Doing business with United has been one frustrating incident after another. I'm the transportation coordinator and I have found the United personnel incredibly unprofessional, uncaring, and totally inconsistent. We will do anything to make sure our shipment arrives on time and safe. We have had so many incidents of sloppy service, that I have had to go out to the small parcel desk myself just to see for myself. I have contacted Chicago and they admitted there was a problem. I have to rarely fly with UA -and am I'm glad! I don't expect much, but UA has problems! I do know there are UA employees that work hard, but so do I. Ditch the slobs! Southwest employees were focused and knew their jobs.

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